Baby season is here!

Baby season has begun at the raptor center. This time of year it is Great Horned owls which will soon be followed by Barred and Screech owls. The hawks and falcons will show up in April/May with the Mississippi Kites in June. If you find baby birds on the ground the best thing to do is leave them alone. If they look injured give us a call at 972-442-7607.

 

Raptor Photo Day, May 19th. Register now!

Join us for our annual Raptor Photo Day. We place all our education raptors in natural settings around the park for you to take up-close shots. From cell phones to big lenses this event is for everyone interested in getting great pictures of birds of prey. Registration is open now! Click here to go to our photo registration page. Gate opens at 7:30, event starts at 7:45 and goes to 11am. $20 when you pre-register, $25 the day of the event. Photo of Red-tailed hawk by James Korges.

 

Latest News
BPRC in the News

  March 2018. BPRC recently flew the Snowy Owl to Minnesota to be released where he belongs. After spending two months at BPRC recovering from a wing injury and  emaciation, he hopped a Southwest Airline flight with our Rehabilitation Manager, Liz Dunn. He was transferred to the Minnesota Raptor Center... Click to see all the news
 

Next 1st Sat. Event
First Saturday May 5th

Come have a great time learning about birds. 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