Spring Daily Schedule
Sky Hunters! Happening March 23 – March 30 (Spring Break)
11:00 am and 1:30 pm
Raptors take flight overhead in this intimate, indoor demonstration. Experience these powerful predators like never before as our wildlife specialists showcase the birds’ agility and grace. This is a first come, first seat event with doors closing promptly on the hour. Tickets are $7 per person and can be bought at Museum admissions.
Bird of Prey Encounter
Meet a non-releasable raptor in the Museum’s care. Learn about the unique adaptations of different raptors, their role in the environment and what you can do to ensure their future in the High Desert. This is a first come, first seat event with doors closing promptly on the hour.
From wolves and cougars to bobcats and black bears, many predatory mammals call the High Desert home. Learn how to identify them and hear about their roles in the ecosystem.
Explore the role these charismatic animals play in riparian ecosystems of the High Desert. Where are otters found? What do they eat? How are they an indicator of a healthy river community? At the Autzen Otter Exhibit
High Desert Hooves
Mammals with hooves, such as mule deer and pronghorn, are some of the most iconic species in the High Desert. Find out how scientists study their migrations and manage challenging issue facing these populations.
There are many types of mammals in the High Desert region. Meet one of the ambassador mammals in our care and learn about the adaptations that enable them to thrive in High Desert habitats. This is a first come, first seat event with doors closing promptly on the hour.