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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animals, Bird Sanctuaries, Protection of Endangered Species

Mission: To provide compassionate and aggressive rehabilitation services to injured raptors with the goal of release back to their natural habitat, to protect and conserve the environment that these raptor's depend on, and to educate the citizen's of Eastern North Carolina, both young and old, the importance that raptor's serve in our ecosystem.

Results: Hundreds of birds rehabilitated with a successful release rate, if they survive the first 24 hours. If the bird is not releasable, great care is given to find the bird a suitable educational placement with a permitted facility.

Target demographics: Injured and sick Raptors rehabilitate and be released

Direct beneficiaries per year: over 200 raptors and educated over 5,000 people

Geographic areas served: Southeastern North Carolina

Programs: Volunteer Program; Education Program

Community Stories

17 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I first became aware of this organization at a car meet Held at PNCC in Wilmington. I was amazed because I had never heard of them. I signed up to volunteer and had a wonderful first day experience with Scott ( very knowledgeable ) leader he was very helpful to get me going. I also worked with Paul who showed me how to gut mice for the morning feeding. Ed was working on the meds and Amanda also new helped cleaning cages. Everyone I worked with was very caring and I could tell how much they cared about the birds and the facility. I have some marketing ideas that I will bring at our next monthly meeting. I thing a large part of our fund raising success is letting people and groups and business's in the area that we exist and what we do. I will be there again next tues. I love it . Thanks Mike Catullo

Volunteer

Rating: 5

We love working with the birds at the Cape Fear Raptor Center. I have been in volunteer services my entire teen and adult life and have never found anything more fun and fulfilling than this. It has been great to be able to see these creatures go from hanging on by a thread to being released back into the wild. We always are excited to see what new patients are there each week when we go to assist with treatments.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I took part in the 'raptor experience' and found it to be informative, enjoyable and very hands on. The staff were friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. What an incredible experience to actually have one of these magnificent birds on your fist (on a glove, of course).

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

My son and I discovered an owl trapped in fishing line. She was hanging from a tree with the line around her wing. She was totally exhausted. We rescued her from the tree and carried her to Cape Fear Raptor Center. These great folks repaired her wing and rehabilitated her for release. They kept us informed the whole time. When it was time for her to be released they drove her 50 miles back to my property and released her back to her home. These people are dedicated and what they do for raptors is just awesome!


Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Cape Fear Raptor Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping injured birds of prey from all over Borth Carolina. Hundreds of hours each week are spent rescuing, caring for, and rehabbing birds. The efforts put in by its volunteers to save these birds and educate people about them are amazing and the center is constantly transforming to make life the best for these animals. Such a great collaboration of people who want to make a difference, and it will continue to do so and grow for years to come!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

We had an incredible experience at the Cape Fear Raptor Center! The staff was informative, professional and approachable. We learned a lot about raptors, the rescue process and how we can get involved. We will be back!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This is a great nonprofit. I have learned a lot about Raptors and how important they are. The people at the nonprofit are dedicated to educating everyone about Raptors (Birds Of Prey) . They do a great job.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I,found out about The Cape Fear Raptor Center on another bird walk.I really love volunteering there.The birds are amazing and the other people so knowledgeable and caring.it is great to be a part of an organization that is trying to make things better.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Cape Fear Raptor Center does an amazing job! Not only do they rescue and rehabilitate these magnificent birds, their volunteers do a terrific teaching children and adults about them!

Volunteer

Rating: 3

I am a volunteer at Cape Fear Raptor center. I have been volunteering for I year. My 13 year old grandson is also a volunteer. I do the education programs where we go and share our birds with school groups etc. This nonprofit group is getting the information out on how important Raptors are to our ecological system. I did not know how important these birds are until I started working with them. We rescue and rehabilitate Raptors and educate the public about Birds Of Prey.