Eagles Landing

Eagle’s Landing…developing our new home in Brighton, Colorado.

 

Eagle’s Landing is the name of our new and expanded raptor facility which will be open for public visits, featuring a larger collection of raptors, and be the launching point for Eagle WorldEagle World will eventually display all the eagles of the world in a series of large open air enclosures.  Eagle World will be a genetic ark for researchers helping endangered eagles. It will be a cultural repository celebrating the long associations various indigenous cultures have had with eagles all over the world. It will be the heart of conservation for eagles world-wide.

Phase 1 Complete: As of January 2009, we have moved our entire operations from the Plains Conservation Center, and we are ensconced at the south side of Prairie Center in Brighton. We are now in the quarters (Eagle World Design & Development Center)  which will serve as our quarantine facility as we acquire new species for Eagle World.

Because of the severe economic contractions everyone is experiencing, the development of our next phase, Eagle’s Landing, has been slowed.  Never-the-less, we are still proceeding to develop what our current resources permit as well as expanding our international relationships to facilitate future acquisitions.

 

Phase 2:  Eagle’s Landing, phase 2 of our project, revealed soon.


September, 9, 2009-Brighton, Colorado:  Eagle World’s principle partners spent a couple of hours visiting the Raptor Education Foundation’s new Brighton headquarters at Prairie Center.   From left to right Dick McLean,  Jim Landeck,  Brighton Mayor Jan Pawlowski, Mark Heidt, Wayne Scott, Brenda Scott,  Wilma Rose, and THF Realty partner Jim Lewis.

Of course, our 28 year old female golden eagle is showing off behind everyone.

 

Just West off of 136th avenue and  Buckley Blvd you will find the entrance to our new home. As you can see in this larger perspective, our new facility, Eagle’s Landing is to be located in what is now referred to as the Prairie Center Regional Wildlife Sanctuary. The diagonal road heads northeast to Sterling right past Barr Lake State Park on the right of the road (visible just to the left of this copy block). The Prairie Center development web will provide a closer look at our location.   Developing…

Developing…

 

 

 

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Admin Staff
Anne Price — Corp. Secretary, Peter Reshetniak — President
Raptor Staff
Anne Price — Curator
Research & Project Associates
David Goode, Architect:Eagles Landing
Mews Manager
Savannah Grout
Docent & Volunteer Staff
Elise Bales, Morgan Brantmeyer, Chris Canipe, Kevin Corwin, Dorothy Gibson, Kristin Gruebmeyer, Bernhard Hafner, Jennifer McAllister, Melissa Nesavich, Anne Price, Jennifer Redmond, Peter Reshetniak, Beverly Rice, Mitch Skinner, Skye Taylor, Tom Weber
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Cheri Bossio, Kim Kistler, Debra Van Sickle, Lance Van Sickle, Marilyn Stevens, Millie Young, Richard Young,
Docents In Training
Linda Julia, Jessica Wolf
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Trey Spangenberg
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