Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre
Rehabilitation Centre for Birds of Prey in George
The Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre run by falconers Bertus and Lizette Beukes is a rehabilitation centre for birds of prey in George on the Garden Route of South Africa. Their mission is to educate the public and specifically the youth on the importance of birds of prey. They want to create a passion to be educated amongst the public in the role of these magnificent birds, the rehabilitation, conservation and release. The Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre operates under the rules and regulations lay down by the Cape Nature Conservation.
Family Friendly Attraction in George
A visit to the Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre is great family friendly attraction. Avid birders, people looking for things to do in the area and young children with inquisitive minds will all find a visit to this rehab centre extremely educational and interesting. The centre does rehabilitation of all raptors and you will learn more about the rescue, rehabilitation and the conservation of falcons, eagles and owls. During your visit to the centre your guide will introduce you to between 30 and 40 species of falcons. The centre has a constant flow of birds with their rescue, rehabilitation and release program. Individuals, families and groups are all welcome to visit the centre. School groups are also catered for.
Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre is located at the George Wildlife Park with ample parking.
- Tuesday to Sunday: 09:00 to 16:00
- During school holidays open 7 days a week except Christmas Day.
- Adults: R30.00
- Children: R10.00 under 12
The Garden Route Birds of Prey Rehab Centre is a non-profit organization. Visitors to the centre aids in the generation of income for the rehabilitation, conservation and release they do. Sponsorships, the Adopt a Raptor Program and volunteers also form a great part. For more information on getting involved in this great conservation program, as well as Eco Friendly Pest Bird Control contact the centre.