Audubon Center for Birds of Prey

Overlooking Lake Sybelia Audubon Center for Birds of Prey located at 1101 Audubon Way in Maitland. While walking along the pathway, stop and see the many magnificent species of different birds of prey and read the signs about the different birds and their migratory patterns. Afterwards, relax under a gazebo, listen to the sounds of nature, and appreciate the stillness of the surroundings.

 

 

 

 

A chance to see a Bald Eagle and Peregrine Falcon up close. Garden birds act as ambassadors in schools and civic organizations. Step inside the house and watch a 12-minute film about the rehabilitation center. From baby owls in incubators to young birds that require assistance in feeding. An American Kestrel one of the smallest falcons and an Eastern Screech Owl inhabit the porch. In the wild, the screech owls sing to each other to keep in touch with other family members.

I recommend the center, its quite an educational experience on rehabbing birds of prey. Hours and admission fees on the website.

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