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:
Visitors to the Raptor Center can tour the outdoor enclosures any time during our open hours. Hike from the parking lot at 405 Corry Street, or drive directly to the Raptor Center for those with more limited mobility. Each enclosure of birds has signs teaching about the species and individuals found within. Learn how you can help support the birds by clicking on the Donate tab.
Looking for guided visit for your group? Click on the Education tab!
Hours of Operation:
Spring & Fall: 9am-6pm
Limited Raptor Center parking.
Hiker parking available at the Glen Helen main entrance:
405 Corry Street.
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 the Ohio Division of Wildlife authorizing the activities of the Center.