First Release

FirstReleaseIt is our honor and pleasure to announce the first raptor releases from our Raptor hospital since it opened on August 1st! As of Sept 30, 2015, we have released 18 Eastern Screech Owls and 1 Great-horned Owl. We’re happy to share this awesome photo of our first release!

Ribs n’ Raptors Fundraiser A Success

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Raising Funds for Raptor Rehabilitation

Thanks to all our supporters for making our first-ever Ribs n Raptors fundraiser a big success. All the proceeds will go towards the rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned raptors received by BPRC.  The finale of the day was a release of a Great Horned Owl which flew beautifully. Thanks also to all our volunteers who shared their passion with our guests. We look forward to seeing everyone again. This release photo by Keith Brown@KB Images.



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More Releases

More successful releases happening at BPRC! We were thrilled to return a Great Horned Owl (Patient # 43!), a Coopers Hawk and 8 Eastern Screech Owls back out into the wild this weekend. Click to see all the news

Next 1st Sat. Event
December 5, 2015

Join us with your entire family for a day of outdoor fun and education about raptors! Meet our raptors up-close and enjoy avian oriented activities. 1st Saturdays are the only time we are open to the public. Click for details

Many upcoming community events

Come join us at one of our presentations with our raptors to see live birds and learn about raptors. We have numerous presentations through out the summer at various libraries. Check out them out on our events page. Click to see all events

Injured/orphaned Raptor?

FOUND AN INJURED RAPTOR? Call us at 972-442-7607. What to do if you find a baby raptor. Find resources for helping raptors and locating raptor rehabilitation . Click for details

Have a Raptor Program

There's no better way to learn about the birds of prey in North Texas than to meet them in person! Blackland Prairie Raptor center travels across North Texas to present at schools, all schools, home school groups, youth organizations, libraries, scouts and much more. Click for details

You and Blackland Prairie Raptor Center

Help us to continue our mission to care for raptors and educate the public. Volunteer to work with the birds, donate funds, help the raptors with re-cycled household items, or purchase T-shirts. Click for details