Raptor Wish List

Become a Volunteer

Get information on how to become a volunteer and to learn what volunteers do for the center.

Schedule A Program

Join our raptor educators for a day of education, conservation, and  entertainment. Our programs are great for school field trips, civic groups, or community events. Our team will come to you, or you can bring your group to the center’s own 350-seat amphitheater. Complete the program request form and a member of our team will contact you about the details. 

Make A Donation

Adopt a Raptor

Help defray the cost of the housing, feeding, and medical care of non-releasable, injured or orphaned raptors at the center. Start my adoption!

Make a Donation Online

Donations help us provide food and care for our eagles and all raptors in the educational collection, and to provide food and medical and surgical care for injured raptors at the raptor center hospital.

Mail a Check

Southeastern Raptor Center
1350 Pratt-Carden Drive
Auburn, Alabama  36849

Your donation will help with feeding, husbandry, and medical expenses for our raptors.

Purchase A Print Of War Eagle VI

Artwork sales benefit the Southeastern Raptor Center – the home of Tiger – and will be used to construct a welcome center at the Raptor Center’s amphitheater. In time for holiday gift-giving, click now to reserve your copy of this limited-edition print. Visit to reserve your print today.

Football, Fans and Feathers

Join us on game-day Fridays for Football, Fans and Feathers at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's Southeastern Raptor Center.

Tickets are $5 per person and include a raptor show, flight demonstration, and educational program. The event is held on Fridays before each home football game, at 4 p.m. on the Southeastern Raptor Center campus. 

Find Us

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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