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Indiana Raptor Center Tours: 2019 Information

Tattooine, a barn owl, poses on Domonic Potorti's glove.

Tattooine, a barn owl, poses on Domonic Potorti’s glove.

Indiana Raptor Center is happy to welcome the public to tour our Nashville, Indiana facilities.

Tours are held at 4pm daily, by reservation only. You can make a tour reservation by calling us at 812-988-8990. Tours are available March through July and September through November, weather permitting. Adult admission is $10; Children age 6-12 are $7 each.

In order to ensure the safety of our resident birds of prey and visitors, no children under the age of 6, please. However, we welcome all ages at our frequent presentations at Brown County State Park’s Nature Center and Abe Martin Lodge. Please visit our news page for our current schedule of events.

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Raptor Rendezvous 2019

A golden eagle in a sepia-tinted photo with the text "Raptor Rendezvous 2019"

We are excited to announce the 2019 edition of Indiana Raptor Center’s annual Raptor Rendezvous!

Details

This year, it happens on Sunday, September 22 from 1-5 PM. It will be held at the Abe Martin Lodge at Brown County State Park. There is free park entrance for this event! This year’s event will include:

  • Meal
  • Cash bar
  • Live raptor demonstrations
  • Silent auction
  • Photography opportunities

Ticketing Information

120 tickets are available. Please be advised that you must purchase your ticket in advance. Tickets are $35 for the general public and $25 for wildlife rehabbers and their volunteers.

Options to purchase your tickets:
Pay by mail: Send check to Indiana Raptor Center, PO Box 1153, Nashville IN 47448
Pay by phone: Call 812-988-8990 with credit card info.
Pay online: Click the PayPal Button below.


Ticketing Options




As always, your support means the world to us! Joining us at our annual rendezvous is a wonderful opportunity to see these beautiful birds up close, and to support us as we work to rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured and orphaned birds back to the wild.

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