The Eagle Aviary houses eagles rescued from the wild that are injured and cannot be fully rehabilitated. They are taken care of for the remainder of their lives at this facility. The aviary allows CPN access to naturally molted feathers, which are distributed to tribal members for cultural and religious purposes. In addition, the facility gives CPN the means to save the Creator’s great messenger as well as the opportunity to reconnect our people to the living eagle.
Aviary construction was funded in part by a $200,000 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Tribal Wildlife Grant.
Aviary tours are available by appointment only.