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  • Title: Carolina Raptor Center - Huntersville, NC
    Descriptive info: .. phone: 704-875-6521.. Medical Center.. Education.. Raptor Directory.. Summer Camp.. Eagle Nesting at CRC.. Visit.. Keeper for a Day.. Membership.. Calendar.. Special Events.. PhotoWILD.. Photo Gallery.. Donate Now.. Ways YOU Can Give.. Corporate Giving.. Take Flight Society.. Golden Eagle Society.. Wish List.. Volunteer.. In the News.. Event Calendar.. Bird of the Week.. Overview.. People.. Jobs.. Our Impact.. Info.. More.. EaCam.. The Raptor Trail is currently open on our Winter Schedule.. Wednesday - Saturday 10am -5 pm and Sunday noon-5 pm.. For a calendar of events, click here.. Tip your glass at the launch of Golden Eagle Belgian Ale at D9 Brewing Company --Wednesday, November 12, 6-8 pm.. Proceeds  ...   The FY2013 Annual Report is now available online.. Click here to read it.. Donate.. Review.. Want information about education programs?.. All the information you need is RIGHT HERE.. You can now text a donation of $10.. 00 to Carolina Raptor Center by texting "raptor" to "20222.. " For additional information and terms and conditions,.. Found an injured animal that's not a raptor?.. Click here.. Join Our Mailing List.. Email:.. For.. Email Marketing.. you can trust.. Loading Player.. Online Surveys.. Powered By.. QuestionPro.. Web Polls.. MicroPoll.. Copyright ©2003-2010 Carolina Raptor Center.. All Rights Reserved.. 6000 Sample Rd.. , Huntersville, NC 28078.. (704) 875-6521.. Privacy Notice.. •.. Organization 990s.. •.. Sitemap..

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  • Title: Meet our Staff
    Descriptive info: Meet our Staff.. STAFF INFORMATION.. Give us a call or send us an email!.. Click on our picture to learn more about us!.. Administration / Operations.. Jim Warren.. Executive Director.. (704) 875-6521 x 112.. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Operations, Volunteers.. Michele Miller Houck.. Assoc.. (704) 875-6521 x 128.. Advertising, Public Relations, Rentals, Special Events.. Tina Piephoff.. Finance Manager.. (704) 875-6521 x 104.. Robert Touchstone.. Development Director.. (704) 875-6521 x 204.. Ciara Moreno.. Stewardship Manager.. (704)875-6521 x 131.. Visitor Services/Gift Shop.. Kelsey Hoke.. Visitor Experience Manager.. (704) 875-6521 x 209.. Purchasing, Adopt  ...   Rehabilitation Coordinator.. (704) 875-6521 x 108.. Carly Smith.. Rehabilitation Coordinator.. (704) 875-6521 x 213.. Resident Bird Care, Education Exhibits.. Natalie Childers.. Programs Director.. (704) 875-6521 x 110.. Program Scheduling, Partnerships.. Kate Olukalns.. Senior Bird Trainer Presenter.. (704) 875-6521 x 106.. Kristin Castellon.. Bird Keeper Trainer.. (704)875-6521 x 210.. Adam Winegarden.. Bird Presener Trainer.. Colleen Roddick.. Bird Trainer Keeper.. (704) 875-6521 x210.. If you cannot find what you want on this list, please email our general email box at.. http://74.. 53.. 172.. 165/~raptor/templates/raptorArticle/images/SpriteAboutUs.. png.. '); background-repeat:repeat;"">.. CRC Fact Sheet.. Visitation Information.. Directions.. In Latta.. Financials.. Staff.. Mathias Engelmann.. Board of Directors.. Internship.. '); background-repeat:repeat;">..

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  • Title: Carolina Raptor Center - Huntersville, NC
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  • Title: Medical Center
    Descriptive info: Medical Center.. Raptor Medical/Surgical Care at at the Jim Arthur Raptor Medical Center.. Approximately 1000 injured or orphaned raptors are brought to Carolina Raptor Center's Jim Arthur Raptor Medical Center each year.. Credit for this large number belongs to people in our community who care enough to take action when they see an injured bird.. These concerned citizens bring many birds directly to Carolina Raptor Center, while others arrive in the capable hands of Carolina Raptor Center's  ...   opinion in a particular case or may not have large enough cages to provide exercise.. Track your injured raptor on RaptorMed.. Get a glimpse of what's going on in our Raptor Medical Center now! Follow our.. Rehab Blog.. Find an injured raptor?.. Apply.. for our RaptorVet externship for Veterinary students.. Purchase.. Dr.. Dave Scott's book on Raptor Medicine - The Handbook of Raptor Rehabilitation.. 165/~raptor/templates/raptorArticle/images/SpriteLearn.. Non-Raptor Care.. RaptorVet.. Owl Box Plans.. Raptor Medicine Seminar.. Raptor Medicine Internship..

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  • Title: Education
    Descriptive info: Education.. Environmental Education at Carolina Raptor Center.. Ways to learn with CRC:.. Let our environmental educators engage your group through our onsite and offsite.. Education programs!.. Have fun in the sun with the raptors at.. Kids for Conservation Summer Camp!.. Education Special Programs.. Bring your homeschoolers out for our..  ...   Courts of Honor.. program!.. Learn about raptors online with our.. Raptor Directory!.. Get engaged with CRC.. After all, teaching folks about raptors is what we're here for!.. School Programs.. TTT Standards.. PFTS Standards.. BOTW Standards.. POF Standards.. Plan your Field Trip/Program.. Homeschool Programs.. Wild Wings Internships.. Eagle Nesting.. Birthday Parties..

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  • Title: Directory
    Descriptive info: Directory.. Species.. American Crow.. American Kestrel.. Bald Eagle.. Barn Owl.. Barred Owl.. Black Vulture.. Broad-winged Hawk.. Cooper's Hawk.. Eastern Screech Owl.. Eurasian Eagle Owl.. Ferruginous Hawk.. Golden Eagle.. Great Horned Owl.. Harris's Hawk.. Long-eared Owl.. Merlin.. Mississippi Kite.. Northern Harrier.. Osprey.. Peregrine Falcon.. Red-shouldered Hawk.. Red-tailed Hawk.. Rough-legged Hawk.. Sharp-shinned Hawk.. Short-eared Owl.. Turkey Vulture.. Young Birders.. Birds and Beasties.. Raptors of the Silver Screen.. Young Vets.. Raptor Keepers.. Daily Schedule..

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  • Title: Summer Camp 2014
    Descriptive info: Summer Camp 2014.. Kids for Conservation Day Camp.. Please note that Summer Camp Registration is Closed.. Please call Natalie Childers at 704-875-6521 x 128 with any camp availability questions.. If you need to pay your balance or add the extended day, please check the links below.. If you have payment questions, please call Visitor Services at 704-875-6521 x 107, and they will direct you to the correct person.. Kids for Conservation Summer Day Camp is a unique opportunity for hands-on learning and up-close encounters with our environment and the creatures in it.. We offer a safe and fun-filled adventure that will instill a wonder of the outdoors in your child.. All of our camps are new or updated in 2014.. We are offering new pricing so that families can take advantage of the camp experience for their children.. Each camp is just $200/week per child.. A deposit of $100 will reserve your spot, or you can pay in full at the time of registration.. All balances will be due by May 15 along with camper forms.. Registration links will be available on February 1, 2014.. Our camps are limited to 30 participants a week except for Raptor Keeper's Camp which will be limited to 15 campers.. We are dedicated to a mission of environmental education, with a goal of engaging and inspiring our campers to make environmentally friendly choices.. 2014 Camp Schedule:.. June 16-20:.. Young Birder's Camp.. - Ages 8-11.. June  ...   is due before May 15.. If you believe you are entitled to a discount for multiple children or multiple camps, please refer to the discount codes below before you check out as it is difficult for us to process refunds.. PAY CAMP BALANCE.. Please print and return your child's permission and health forms by May 15.. CAMP FORMS 2014.. Please fax camp forms to 704-875-8814 or mail to Carolina Raptor Center, P.. O.. Box 16443, Charlotte, NC 28297.. CANCELLATION POLICY.. Carolina Raptor Center's Camp cancellation policy is as follows.. If you cancel your camp week (we hope you don't!) before May 15, you will recieve a full refund minus a $25 processing fee for each week cancelled.. If you cancel after May 15, you forfiet the entire deposit amount ($100) for each camp week.. Discounts are available!.. 2nd, 3rd child: For each child that attends camp each week you will receive an additional 5% discount.. Please enter the following codes to take advantage of this discount in your shopping cart -- available on the "pay in full" or "pay balance.. ".. Child #2: $10 discount - CHILD2.. Child #3: $20 discount - CHILD3.. Child #4: $30 discount - CHILD4.. 2nd, 3rd camp: If you attend for more than one week, you will receive an additional 5% discount on every additional week that you attend.. Camp #2: $10 discount - CAMP2.. Camp #3: $20 discount - CAMP3.. Camp #4: $30 discount - CAMP4..

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  • Title: Eagle Nesting
    Descriptive info: Bald Eagle Nesting at Carolina Raptor Center.. The Eagle Aviary at Carolina Raptor Center will be closed from January 1 through mid-March when the eaglet(s) are moved to the hack tower.. Please watch nesting season on the.. WCNC Eagle Cam.. As soon as eggs hatch, tours of Marcy's Eagle Research Observatory are available on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 pm for a cost of $25 per person.. Up to 6 people may register for the tour.. Tour includes a presentation on Eagle Nesting at Carolina Raptor Center and time inside Marcy's Eagle Research Observatory -- just feet from nesting eagles and ultimately, the eaglets.. Please note: Children under 8 are.. NOT.. allowed in the Eagle Research Observatory.. Please call our Visitor's Center at 704-875-6521 x107 if you would like to reserve your space.. Weekday tours at 1:30 pm are available upon request.. Click.. here.. for more information on Eagle Nesting Seasons in 2006-2012.. for the Eagle Nesting Blog on Tumblr.. Follow Savannah Eagle on Facebook at.. www.. facebook.. com/SavannahEagle.. or on Twitter @Savannah_Eagle.. EAGLES NESTING.. American bald eagles had never hatched at Carolina Raptor Center (CRC) prior to 2006.. Since that time, five eaglets have been hatched in captivity at CRC and reintroduced to the wild.. Prior to 2006, in 1989 and 1990, Golden eagle chicks were hatched here.. One of them was successfully released as part of a hacking (reintroduction) project in the mountains of Georgia.. As far as we know, CRC has produced the only captive-hatched bald eagles and golden eagles in North Carolina!.. INCUBATION.. Eagles sit on the nest for approximately 35 days after eggs are laid.. Of the two parents, the female spends the most time on the nest keeping the eggs warm, with the male taking short stints incubating to give the female time to eat and stretch her legs.. In order for incubation to continue, the parents must bond with the eggs..  ...   that were either hand reared or fostered by some of our resident birds.. Visual contact with visitors and caretakers at CRC is minimized to prevent stress on the parent birds; too much human contact can sometimes cause the birds to abandon their nest in the wild.. REINTRODUCTION.. At around six weeks of age, the eaglets of CRC are moved from their enclosure and relocated to an artificial nest called a hack tower located off the property.. The parent birds remain in the aviary on our display trail.. The eaglets are fed through a food chute until they are old enough to start making flights, typically around 10-12 weeks of age.. The doors to the tower are opened when the eaglets are 8-10 weeks old.. Though the young eaglets may leave at this point if they are ready to fly, many of the birds can be observed perching on the outside of the tower flapping their wings off and on for several days prior to taking their first big flight.. Our staff continues to put food inside the tower as long as the eaglets continue to return to their artificial “nest.. ” This enables the birds to practice their hunting skills but not go hungry if they fail at their first few attempts.. When the birds are comfortable hunting and being on their own, they stop returning to the hack tower.. BALD EAGLES IN THE WILD.. Bald eagles are becoming more plentiful in North Carolina.. More than 100 active nests are monitored by biologists every year now and that number keeps growing.. The best places to see bald eagles in North Carolina include Jordan Lake near Raleigh, Badin Lake near Albemarle and Lake Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge in the eastern part of the state.. Locally, eagles can be seen at many locations on the Catawba River system, including Lake Norman, Lake Wylie, and even Mountain Island Lake (in Charlotte’s backyard)..

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  • Title: Visit
    Descriptive info: Welcome to Carolina Raptor Center!.. We can't wait for you to see what's in store here at CRC.. Check out the FAQ's below for some basic visitation information, then use our.. to plan your visit!.. Frequently Asked Questions.. What is there to see at CRC?.. We have approximately 25 different species of raptors for you to see and learn about along our 3/4 mile outdoor nature trail, set up similar to a zoo.. Experience educational exhibits like Family Corvidae and Raptors of the Silver Screen, and enjoy our special programs like our Summer Flight Shows.. Find out what events are going on when on our Events Calendar.. here.. We are a non-profit organization whose operations support the rehabilitation and release of over 900 raptors each year, as well as the education of about 80,000 children and visitors in the Charlotte region.. Where are you located?.. CRC is at 6000 Sample Rd.. Contact us at (704) 875-6521.. What are your hours?.. We are open from 10 AM-5 PM Monday-Saturday and 12 PM to 5 PM on Sundays.. We are CLOSED MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS FROM NOVEMBER 1 TO MARCH 31.. What kinds of special programs are there to see?.. Lots! Programming varies by season.. Learn about all the different programs we offer.. See a calendar of when programs are offered.. How much does it cost?.. Our admission is as follows:.. $10 adults.. $8 seniors 65+, educators with a valid ID, and active military.. $6 for students, including college students with a valid ID.. FREE for kids 4 and under.. Meet the Raptors, Trail  ...   own judgment based on your loved one's mobility.. Unfortunately, because of the terrain associated with our amphitheatre, we are only able to accommodate one wheelchair at the flight show.. Strollers are not permitted in the amphitheatre area.. Please call the Visitor Center at (704) 875-6521 ext.. 107 if you need to know more.. We DO NOT have wheelchairs on site to use.. Can I bring my dog?.. For the safety of our birds, our guests, and your pet, animals are prohibited inside the center.. We do make exceptions for service animals accompanying their handler.. Can we handle the birds?.. Handling raptors is dangerous and requires extensive training.. If you want to get up close and personal with the birds, check out our.. Does my membership to another organization apply at CRC?.. We have reciprocity with organizations that are ANCA members.. We are NOT affiliated with Discovery Place or the North Carolina Zoo.. Can I keep feathers that I find?.. It is a felony to possess any part of a raptor, so collecting feathers or anything else you might find on our trail is strictly prohibited.. We do sell owl pellets in the gift shop if you want to take home a unique, natural souvenir!.. I have an expired coupon! Can I still use it?.. Unfortunately, we do not honor expired coupons.. If you have a coupon you know is about to expire, please stop by and we will be happy to exchange your coupon for passes to be used at any time.. http://www.. carolinaraptorcenter.. org/templates/raptorArticle/images/SpriteExperience.. Hours and Programs.. Groups.. Trail Map..

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  • Title: Keeper for a Day
    Descriptive info: Discover what it takes to feed, train and care for over 100 resident birds.. Keeper for a day participants will work hands-on alongside Carolina Raptor Center staff for the experience of a lifetime.. Shadow our rehabilitation staff and learn about rehabilitating birds of prey.. Join our flight team team and help train owls, hawks, and falcons.. Daily raptor keeper responsibilities include feeding, enrichment, training, and even resident bird health exams.. The Raptor Keeper program is open for people ages 12 and up.. We are  ...   any day of the week between the hours of 9am and 4pm.. Fees:.. Members: $200 for 2 people.. Nonmembers: $275 for 2 people.. **Note: Additional fees may apply to requests to interact with specific or rare species.. To register, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call (704) 875-6521 ext.. 110.. Must be booked a minimum of two weeks in advance.. Raptor Releases.. PhotoWild.. Enter PhotoWILD Contest.. GoWILD.. Pre-school art.. 30 years.. Thursday Night Flights..

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  • Title: Membership
    Descriptive info: Join the Bird Herd!.. Your Carolina Raptor Center Membership helps us underwrite the cost of many CRC programs, including food and care for the 101 resident birds that call the Raptor Trail home, awe-inspiring STEM education programs for more than 27,000 K-12 students each year, and quality medical care to the more than 900 injured and/orphaned raptors that visit the Jim Arthur Raptor Hospital annually.. Make a difference today by becoming a member of Carolina Raptor Center and enjoy the following benefits at each level:.. Individual Membership - $50 per year.. Unlimited free admission.. for one year for one named adult and one guest.. Invitation.. to annual.. Friends and Family Appreciation.. event..  ...   (2) free admissions.. to Sylvan Heights Bird Park in Scotland Neck, NC.. Reciprocal membership benefits.. at any.. ANCA Member Nature Center.. (click link for details).. Family Membership - $100 per year.. Add an extra child - $10/year.. Add an extra adult - $15/year.. all benefits of Individual Membership, plus:.. for one year for two named adults and up to 4 children or grandchildren under 21.. Conservationist Membership - $250 per year.. all benefits of Family Members.. , plus:.. Invitation.. to a Case Study talk with staff veterinarian, Dr.. Dave Scott.. Exclusive first look.. at new exhibits and programs.. Trailblazer Membership - $500 per year.. all benefits of Conservationsit Membership, plus:.. Opportunity to Release-A-Raptor..

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