To donate to Birds of Prey Northwest:
For a rescue emergency
- eagle, hawk, falcon, or owl -
208- 245-1367 or 208-582-0797,
or Idaho Fish and Game at
Also see our page on Razoo, the trusted Crowdfunding site!
BOPNW and the Coeur d’Alene Tribe are partnering in the Northwest’s first tribal eagle aviaries. Under USFWS permit, the tribe will keep recovered eagles that cannot survive in the wild at BOPNW to collect their feathers for ceremonial and religious use.
The 2017 nonfiction children’s book BEAUTY and the BEAK, by Janie Veltkamp and Deborah Lee Rose (Persnickety Press),
has been named to the
2016-2017 CALIFORNIA READS Recommended List.
Janie Veltkamp, BoPNW Director holding a peregrine falcon, and Don Veltkamp, BoPNW Board Chairman holding a red-tailed hawk
2017 Educational Programs
Matt's Action Cam on The Wake Up Show recently visited Birds of Prey Northwest. Check out parts 1 and 2 at these links!
Meet and learn about eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, and ospreys with a live raptor program at your site or event. We provide unique and engaging educational presentations about birds of prey for all ages.
To reserve your program, or for more details, contact us with the form on our Educational Programs page.
Download the free
Educational Guide to our 2017 book BEAUTY and the BEAK
Learn more about Beauty the bald eagle
For information on how you can help these amazing creatures, click here for our How To Help page.
Your secure, tax deductible donation goes directly to the rescues, including the birds featured here.
Established in 1993, Birds of Prey Northwest promotes stewardship and conservation of raptors and owls 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. Our organization also collaborates with others on raptor research and education projects.
We are a non-profit organization and 100% of your graciously donated dollars and items go directly towards the care of these eagles, ospreys, falcons, hawks, and owls. Read more on our About page.