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



Featured Rescue

Birds of Prey NW returned to the wild this Short-eared Owl that was admitted to our facility for medical care after being found grounded on the Rathdrum Prairie by a citizen. An admission x-ray revealed a broken radius (a bone in the wing). After the wing was immobilized to allow healing, the beautiful owl (a fairly rare admission!) was on her way to mending. After a short time, physical therapy was provided as part of rehabilitation to keep the wing mobile.

After ten weeks of care and a LOT of MICE, she was returned to the wild at the beginning of February. This short-eared owl was another lucky benefactor of our mission statement - to mend them and return them to the wild!

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