The Swallow Tailed Kites are on their migration south and no longer soaring above us. can come out today and get an up-close  and personal look at Scooter our Educational Ambassador.

All of our beautiful raptors will also be on display at the pavilion.

We will open at 10 AM and close at 4 PM (weather permitting) 

Come Visit Us

Open to the public every Saturday (weather permitting) 

​Free admission / Donations accepted

10AM - 4PM September - May  /  ​10AM - 1PM June - July​

Closed August

Osprey Update:

We Are Back Opened On Saturdays! 

​​How You Can Help Birds...

We have been waiting for this Osprey to molt.

Below you can see her new feathers are coming in very nicely.

 Upcoming Event:

Our wonderful volunteers! Can you spot the Swallow-Tailed Kite?

Vinnie is a girl!

We have such great dedicated volunteers! Here are a few pictures of our annual party.

This one was extra special as the DNA results of Vincent our Black Vulture was revealed. To everyone’s surprise, our Vinnie is a girl!

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Volunteer Party Time

Contact us

407-461-1056​ (9:30-1:30 Mon-Sat)



The birds are always taken care of before the fun begins.

Copyright © 2017, The Avian Reconditioning Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Lights Out: There are some migratory birds that travel at night using stars. Having lights on, the birds become disoriented and can fly into windows and buildings.

Clean Your Bird Feeders: Dirty feeders spread disease

Plant Native: Provides food, nest sites and cover for birds. Many habitats are disapperaing

Avoid Chemicals: Birds may eat pesticides, herbicide pellets and prey that have been poisoned.

Recycle: So simple. Birds can mistakenly eat plastic trash and become ill or die. Avoiding plastic bags and bottles also reduces pollution  and conserve resources.

Slow Down Driving: Give birds time to get out of the way

Her story, Bird on a Wire, is in our Spring newsletter.

Click on ABOUT at the top of this page. 

Splish Splash on a hot summer day