November 7, 2012
Moved to Boise in Jan 2001. Family hadn't arrived so first weekend wandered around finding The Peregrine Fund World Center for Birds of Prey. I spent three and a half hours here that day and knew when I retired I'd volunteer to work at Birds of Prey. Four years later I began my volunteer position. As someone who has visited all 50 states and about 30 countries, I can say without reservation The Interpretive Center and Peregrine Fund are at the top of my best experiences. It is a place where every week I've volunteered, I've learned something new. The greatest experience of course is to show a live raptor to visitors, however every moment is enjoyable. We meet some of the most fascinating people in the world (literally). True satisfaction is knowing each month my five year old grandson is going to ask, "Papa, can we go up to Birds of Prey?"
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