Eagle Valley Raptor Center Inc.

Rating: 5 stars   7 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:


927 N. 343rd St. W. 927 N. 343rd St. W. Cheney KS 67025 USA


Target demographics:

Injured & orphaned Birds of Prey

Direct beneficiaries per year:

45 local schools, 23 retirement centers, 37 cub and boy and Girl Scout troops. 7 colleges with their volunteer programs.

Geographic areas served:



The Endangered Species Act, our National Symbol the Bald Eagle, private guided tours at our center to experience up close our native wildlife of Owls, Falcons, Hawks, Vultures & Eagles and learn how to identify them in the wild, and the important role these magnificent creatures play in our environment.

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Rating: 5 stars  

4 people found this review helpful

I saw a listing in the Wichita Eagle about Eag;e Valley Raptor Center. Our grandson's 10th birthday was months away, but I knew he would really enjoy this place. We brought him and his friends to Eagle Valley Raptor Center in Sept 2008. We had a wonderful time. Ken showed everyone all the birds and let the birthday boy hold one. Also got into the cage with the bald eagles and really enjoyed watching Ken interact with Annie. He has space for eating in a shelter as well. His discussion about how to work with birds seemed as if it was made for humans too. Treat them well and they will be loyal and return. Just one punishment and they lose their trust and won't come back. We've seen the articles in the Eagle and also ran into Ken and one of the birds at the Home Show in Wichita. I have enjoyed Ken's Facebook site too.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

the attention Ken pays to raptors that need rehab to return to the wild or that need a place to live because they can't return to the wild. The latter are used for educational purposes.

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One time

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