• What If

    We could empower the next generation to be better caretakers of our world? We believe WE CAN.

Our Mission

Our Mission

To inspire the public to embrace principles of good stewardship, engage in scientific discovery, and be immersed in the riches of history and culture, by connecting with the most powerful birds in the world.

 

Our Focus

What we Care About Most

Financials

What your money does

Feed & Care for Our Birds
Feed & Care for Our Birds
26%
Mileage to Programs
Mileage to Programs
41%
Program Costs
Program Costs
3%
Administrative
Administrative
8%
Salaries
Salaries
0%
Marketing
Marketing
22%

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Why Choose Us?

What We Offer

Credibility

Skeptical? Don't be. We carry a sharp reputation. With years of experience and hundreds of…

Custom Program Content

Rise Raptor Project, Inc. will customize the content and focus of your program to fit…

Position Statement on Education Animals

The following is our position statement on education animals: Rise enlists the help of live,…

More Than a Bird Show

Rise Raptor Project is dedicated to providing more. While you will learn facts about raptors in our programs we seek to instill not only knowledge but an understanding of the environment and the animals that live here with us. Also, how our culture, history and our scientific understanding contribute to our ability to serve as good stewards of this world we call home.

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Testimonials

What people say about us

“Rise is one of the partners I jump to schedule at any opportunity, and genuinely look forward to hearing. His birds of prey are exceptional animal ambassadors, and always welcome at the Library!”

Mandy Pinyan – Youth Services Coordinator, Manager Outreach Services Madison County Public Library

 

 

I love to hear the gasps of breath that take place as Maximus comes out of his cage! The 3rd grade students are struck with awe and wonder…

Wanda Mullins – 3rd Grade Teacher Westminster Christian Academy

Rise is filled with passionate environmental educators. Their programs inspire the next generation to love birds of prey and the ecosystems on which they depend. It is this passion that will develop our next generation of environmental educators and scientists.

Kate Gribbin – Assistant Park Manager, Monte Sano State Park, AL

Our Team

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Contact Us

Get in touch

Rise Raptor Project, Inc.

5638 Hwy 53 Unit B #276

Harvest, AL 35749

256.270.4811

info@riseraptor.org

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