The American Bald Eagle Foundation is a one of a kind nature center in the heart of Haines, Alaska. The natural history museum collection consists of more than 200 specimens, representative of Southeast Alaska’s natural, geological, and cultural history. Outside in the raptor center, guests get up close and personal with eagles, hawks, owls, and falcons who live and work on display. The entire facility can be seen year round on a self-guided tour. In the summer, the expert staff offers regular interpretive programs, both formal and informal. These programs may be a lecture about one of the many species found in the museum, a spontaneous one-on-one encounter with one of the raptor ambassadors, or a flight show with our best and brightest birds on the wing. Call for more information: 907-766-3094

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