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Help the Southeastern Raptor Center
Ten birds, six people, and one broken van. That’s the situation the Southeastern Raptor Center staff and birds of prey found themselves in recently. Find out more, and how you can help the Southeastern Raptor Center, click here.
About the SRC
The flight of the eagle is uniquely Auburn, yet their role is to promote wildlife conservation, education and rehabilitation.
The Southeastern Raptor Center rehabilitates and releases hundreds of injured birds of prey annually and conducts educational programs throughout the Southeast using non-releasable raptors in its educational programs.
The Southeastern Raptor Center is not open to the public except for special presentation dates designated on our online calendar. To make your own appointment, call 334/844-6943 for pricing and scheduling details.
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Eagles Participate in Wind Technology Research
The Auburn Eagles and staff from the Southeastern Raptor Center participated in research to help the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Colorado develop a radar system to prevent bird strikes in wind turbines. Read more.
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.
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 here.