This is the Southeastern Raptor Center.
The flight of the eagle is uniquely Auburn, and named by ESPN as the SEC’s best pregame tradition. We might be a little bias, and appreciate the nod, yet the role of Auburn’s eagle to promote wildlife conservation, education, and rehabilitation.
Center staff conducts programs throughout the Southeast using non-releasable raptors in its educational programs, and rehabilitates and releases hundreds of injured birds of prey annually.
The Southeastern Raptor Center is not open to the public except for special presentation dates designated on our online calendar. To make an appointment, call 334/844-6943 for pricing and scheduling details.
Southeastern Raptor Center on Facebook to stay up-to-date with all recent news, events, opportunities and more. Specialty Veterinary Internship Available in Exotic Animal Medicine
The College of Veterinary Medicine, through its Avian/Exotic Service and the Southeastern Raptor Center, is offering a one-year internship in Exotic Animal Medicine with an emphasis in raptor medicine and zoo medicine. To learn specifics, read more here:
Exotics Internship Job Description 2018. Case Updates/RAPTORMED
All of our active patients are listed on the site RAPTORMED. To check on the status of a raptor that you have dropped off,
To support the rehabilitation mission of the Southeastern Raptor Center,
give now. Nova, War Eagle VII, sidelined for 2017 with Cardiomyopathy
Auburn’s beloved icon, Nova, War Eagle VII, will not fly during pre-game events during Auburn’s 2017 football season after College of Veterinary Medicine faculty diagnosed the 18-year-old Golden Eagle with cardiomyopathy.
O-A News article. War Eagle Forever Program
Support the flight of the Auburn eagles and the mission of the Southeastern Raptor Center. To learn more about the War Eagle Forever program and ways to give, please open the
. brochure Print by Artist Stephen Malkoff
Renown pencil artist Stephen Malkoff is sharing his work with the Southeastern Raptor Center, with the limited edition print, “Game Face” of Nova, War Eagle VII. Read more