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Education Ambassadors

citrine is a barn owl

Education Ambassadors

The permanent residents at the California Raptor Center are non-releasable raptors. Most of these birds of prey have permanent injuries or other disabilities that compromise their ability to survive in the wild. They remain in the care of the California Raptor Center as educational ambassadors for their species.

Click on the images below to learn more about each individual.

Apollo the American Kestrel Athena barn owl Buddy great horned owl Citrine barn owl
Elana white tailed kite Eliza white tailed kite Ember is a barn owl Forrest great horned owl
Fuzzy golden eagle Grasshopper swainson's hawk Horus prairie hawk Jack red tailed hawk
Juliet turkey vulture Kalli american kestrel Luna great horned owl MadEye is a great horned owl
Minerva is a great horned owl Noah northern harrier Phoenix is a peregrine falcon Statler is a great horned owl
sullivan is a golden eagle Waldorf is a great horned owl Wes is a western screech owl Whistler Swainson's hawk