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Support our resident Birds of Prey

The primary aim of our rescue and rehabilitation programme is to release the birds back into the wild. For a number of reasons this is not always possible. If a bird of prey doesn't have perfectly functioning wings or eyes, it can not hunt its own prey and would starve if returned to the wild. These birds find their forever home in one of our raptor centres where they live happy lives, some even breeding and raising chicks that are released in the wild. All of them help us create awareness on raptor conservation.  

By supporting one of the featured birds you help us pay for their care which includes food, enclosure maintenance, enrichments, medical care and salaries for staff to feed them and clean the enclosures.

What you get

  • Personalised adoption certificate 

  • Exclusive picture /movie of your adopted bird

  • Species fact sheet

  • Free ticket to visit one of our raptor centres

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What you give

  • Financial support for the care of our resident birds of prey, including food, housing and staff cost.

  • Monthly payment of $5, $7.50 or $10 per month for at least one year.

Support your favourite raptor at Naivasha Raptor Centre

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Woodstock, an African Wood-Owl, is in our care since 2011. Flying into a window left him with permanent brain damage. He is as cute as can be, but doesn't like close contact with humans. 

Support Woodstock for $5.00 per month.



Phil, a young Verreaux's Eagle-Owl, was brought in with a broken wing which didn't heal perfectly. He's also partially imprinted which makes him an excellent educational bird

Support Phil for $7.50 per month.



Although named Yusef, we don't know if this Ruppell's Vulture is a male or female. With lots of mates around, we're confident we will one day know when he or she starts breeding!

Support Yusef for $10.00 per month.


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Giggles, a Southern White-faced Scops Owl, was found in the possession of some boys on a beach in Kilifi. He's partially imprinted on humans and not (yet) suitable for release. 

Support Giggles for $5.00 per month.


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Crease, a male Augur Buzzard, is one of many electrocution victims. He lost one of his wings and is captive for life, sharing his enclosure with his mate Rumple since 2007. 

Support Crease for $7.50 per month.


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George, a male African Crowned Eagle. fell from nest and was subsequently tortured by people who made him walk on hot coals during captivity which damaged his feet permanenly.

Support George for $10.00 per month.


Dedicated adoption of one of our Birds of Prey

Supporting one of our birds of prey contributes to the care of our resident birds. It is also possible to financially adopt a raptor and become the only 'adoptive parent' of that specific raptor. 

We accept donations in US Dollar amounts because we can receive these without paying conversion fees. If your account has another currency, you are still able to donate via our website. Your bank/credit card//PayPal account will be debited the amount equivalent in your own currency.

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