The World Center for Birds of Prey is the headquarters of The Peregrine Fund, a conservation organization that works globally on behalf of birds of prey. Founded in 1970 in response to the catastrophic decline of the Peregrine Falcon, The Peregrine Fund continues to play an active role in the recovery of endangered species, including the critically endangered California Condor. Our 580-acre campus houses a visitor center, a research library, and interpretive trail, captive breeding facilities, and the world-class Archives of Falconry.
The Visitor's Center features hawks, owls, eagles, vultures, and falcons from around the world. Learn about birds of prey in a fun and interactive setting, perfect for the whole family.
Located just 20 minutes from downtown Boise.
Southwestern Idaho, S. of Boise
Exit 50 off I-84 to S. Cole Road, 6 mi. S. to Flying Hawk Lane
November - February:
10 am – 4 pm
March – October :
10 am – 5 pm
Last admittance 45 minutes before closing.
Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Adults, $7; Seniors, $6; Children 4-16, $5; children under 4, free.
Gift Shop, Handicap Access, Motor Coach Parking, Parking, Restrooms, Visitor Center