Established in 1993, Birds of Prey Northwest promotes stewardship and conservation of raptors through educational programs with live birds of prey.
We provide medical treatment and rehabilitation to injured birds of prey with the ultimate goal of returning them to the wild. The organization also collaborates with others on raptor research projects.
We are a non-profit organization and 100% of your graciously donated dollars and items go directly towards the care of these amazing birds of prey.
For a rescue emergency
- eagle, hawk, falcon, or owl -
208- 245-1367 or 208-582-0797 or
Idaho Department of Fish & Game at
After so much attention from our Facebook fans, we had to make this Bald Eagle our Featured Rescue.
The adult bald eagle continues to rehabilitate at our facility. The lead levels have come back as negative, ruling out lead poisoning which is a good thing. This bird was discovered in Benewah county in Idaho along the road where a roadkill deer was present. Often a tragic combination, as birds take flight heavy and low unaware of oncoming traffic, they often collide with vehicles. (This is one of the most common admissions to many rehabilitation facilities across the country.)
The wrist is a complex joint and requires ample time to heal followed by exercise in a flight aviary to rebuild muscles. We continue to remain optimistic for a spring release in several weeks.
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