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Glen Helen Raptor Center

The Glen Helen Raptor Center is part of the Glen Helen Association, a non-profit organization. The Raptor Center operates two core programs; education of raptors and their role in Ohio ecosystems, and rehabilitation of injured raptors with the goal of release back to the wild.  

Visiting the Raptor Center:

During open hours, visitors can walk around the outdoor enclosures and view Ohio native raptors on display. For a more interactive experience, visit on Saturday and Sundays from 11am-2pm. Hike from the parking lot at 405 Corry Street, or drive to the Raptor Center for those with limited mobility.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Support the birds by clicking on the Donate tab. 

Looking for guided visit for your group or for birds to visit your classroom or scout group?  Click on the Education tab.

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Hours of Operation

Winter: 9am-5pm

Spring & Fall: 9am-6pm

Summer: 9am-7pm

Limited parking.

Classroom open Saturday and Sunday 11am-2pm.

Upcoming Programs:

 

For more information about upcoming programs visit: www.glenhelen.org/calendar

Feb 17: Valentine's Day with the Birds

Contact Us:

Glen Helen Raptor Center

1075 State Route 343

Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387

937.767.6656 

Rebecca Jaramillo

Raptor Center Director

The Raptor Center's mission is to improve the welfare of raptors across Ohio through educating the public about birds of prey, wildlife, and conservation, and through the rehabilitation of injured raptors across Southwestern Ohio.  Permits are held through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Ohio Division of Wildlife.

 

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