1. Chris Johns

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    The Center for Birds of Prey continues to grow and has become a great place for the public to see raptors from around the world. It is amazing to be able to see such diversity all at one place. The Center is off the beaten path has limited hours that it is open to the public, but if you are into birds it is worth the drive. I would recommend taking a guided walking tour, but a flight demonstration is a must. Seeing these beautiful animals in free-flight will be the highlight of your visit.

  2. Michael Willman

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    I was impressed by the skills and resources at work here

  3. A Google User

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    During the summer, I had an opportunity to participate in a program for local teachers at the center and what an incredible experience it was. We covered so much information in the span of a week and there was still so much more to learn. Through it all, it was very apparent that the people at the center cared very deeply for all the raptors there. I’m looking forward to the next session and would encourage everyone to visit this bit of heaven for raptors. If you are stopping in for a visit, please be sure to check the time and allow yourself a full two hours – there is a lot to see here.

  4. A Google User

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    One of my favorite places to visit in Charleston! You get up close and personal to magnificent raptors that you normally only see in movies and photos. The tour is informative and the flight demonstration is breathtaking. Bring your camera!

  5. A Google User

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    What an amazing opportunity to see these beautiful and powerful creatures up close. Peaceful setting and beautiful short drive from Charleston, SC.Check out the hours though, not user friendly… as closed for Sunday drives and other weekdays.