Football, Fans and Feathers
Tickets for Texas A&M weekend will go on sale Monday, November 30.
One of Auburn’s most popular fall programs — the Southeastern Raptor Center’s Football, Fans and Feathers — offers fans the opportunity to see a raptor show where they will experience birds of prey eye-to-eye and watch as they swoop overhead.
Shows for 2020 will be held at 4 p.m. the Friday before Auburn home games on Sept. 25; Oct. 9, 30; Nov. 20; Dec. 4.
This year, we will also have shows at 9 a.m. on Saturday of Auburn home games on Sept. 26; Oct. 10, 31; Nov. 21; Dec 5.
Tickets are $8 per person and MUST be purchased in advance; there is no charge for children age three and under. Online sales will begin the Monday prior to each home game. Tickets stop being sold one hour prior to the start of the presentation. The hour-long program is presented at the center’s the 350-seat Edgar B. Carter Educational Amphitheater, located at 1350 Pratt-Carden Drive off Shug Jordan Parkway.
Reservations are required. Gates open one hour prior to the start of the presentation. For special rates for groups of 25 or more, call 334-844-6943.
During the show, hawks, falcons, eagles and other birds of prey are free-flown from towers and around the amphitheater, enabling visitors to see these raptors flying close. Visitors will also learn interesting facts about natural history, conservation, and rehabilitation. This educational presentation is appropriate for all ages.
Each show is unique and features a variety of different raptor species! All birds used in the programs are permanent residents that are non-releasable due to prior injuries or human imprinting. The Southeastern Raptor Center is a division of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.
- Masks must be worn at all times
- You are welcome to bring your own chair, food, or drink
- Concessions will not be sold this year
- Only service animals are allowed at SRC events
- Auburn University is a smoke-free campus
- The Edgar B. Carter Amphitheater is an open-air facility with little shade