Draper Museum Raptor Experience
The Draper Museum Raptor Experience is a live raptor education program that allows us to share some of our area’s most spectacular wild animals with visitors. Get an up-close-and-personal view of some of Wyoming’s most recognized predators, the birds of prey.
Raptor program schedule
Program and Appearance Schedule:
- September 16 – May 31: “Relaxing with Raptors” at 1 p.m. each day the Center is open. An informal question and answer session with a few of our birds and their handlers.
- June 1 – August 15: Three programs daily at 10 a.m. (The Night Shift—Owls of the Yellowstone Region), 2:30 p.m. (Superheroes of Nature), 4:30 p.m. (Talon Talk)
- August 16 – September 15: Two programs daily at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Our birds also do outreach programs. E-mail Melissa Hill or call 307-578-4111 for more information.
This program is funded in part by the Nancy-Carroll Draper Foundation, the W.H. Donner Foundation, and the Donner Canadian Foundation—the latter in partnership with the University of Wyoming’s Biodiversity Institute.
You can help us sustain the Draper Museum Raptor Experience through our Adopt-a-Raptor program. Donations feed and care for our amazing birds, allowing you to play a role in our commitment to keep our flock healthy with the highest quality food, vitamins, housing, and medical care—for the rest of their lives.
Meet the birds of the Draper Museum Raptor Experience
How did each of our birds come to live with us and help us educate our visitors about raptors? Click on each image to find out more about each bird.
Thank you for your support of our Draper Museum Raptor Experience!