How Can You Help Migratory Birds?
The kids get to make their own, one of a kind binocculars.
It's the perfect thing to help them go out and explore nature.
Supplies are limited.
If you live in Florida, you know that the weather is very unpredictable. At ARC, our number one concern is the safety of the birds. We are open to the public on most Saturdays, weather permitting.
The weather can deteriorate very quickly into thunderstorms and the birds, for their protection, must return to their mews.
Due to high heat and summer storms, our hours are Saturday's 10am-1pm, in June and July. Flight demonstrations are at 12:30. We are closed for programs in August. Sorry for any inconvenience.
We are still available to accept birds.
The Bald Eagle was chosen as our national symbol standing for freedom and liberty. American Eagle Day is celebrated every year on June 20. It commemorates the day in 1782, when the eagle was added to the official Seal of the United States.
Saturday we honored the Bald Eagle. We would like to thank everyone who came out to get a close look at their beauty, strength and to learn more about them.
Important Information About Your Visit to ARC
Celebrating American Eagle Day
407-461-1056 (9:30-1:30 Mon-Sat)
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
Come Visit Us
Open to the public every Saturday (weather permitting)
Free admission / Donations accepted
Save The Date: Upcoming Event