Join us for a fantastic evening of fun, good food, lively bidding, and helping raptors!
The 27th Annual Fundraising Auction And Gala will be held at the Fort Collins Hilton on Saturday, February 29th, 2020. Tickets will go on sale January 1. Mark you calendars now because you don't want to miss this great event.
Early Bird Tickets - January 1 - January 31
Advanced Sale Tickets - February 1 - February 20th
Table of Ten
Tickets at the Door
The RMRP spring Open House is a fabulous time to meet some live permanently disabled educational raptors. Young and old alike can learn about how we rehabilitate injured birds, do some shopping in our gift shop, and find great photo opportunities.
This event will also feature guest author and naturalist Sue Ring deRosset. She will be selling her small nonfiction book "The Vulture Trees". Proceeds will benefit the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program.
Kick off summer in Boulder at the Boulder Creek Festival with the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program! See our education ambassadors and their handlers, learn about the raptors of the front range, and help support the rehabilitation and release of these amazing creatures.
This year you can find us near the new pedestrian bridge off of Broadway and Arapahoe.
Join us for a one hour presentation at Horsetooth Mountain Park Trailhead to learn more about the raptors inhabiting the park.
Join us for a one hour presentation at Horsetooth Reservoir. What a great way to spend a summer evening.
Have you ever wanted to learn about raptor anatomy and physiology? Now you can! This class will cover everything from bone structure to internal anatomy and everything in between! You will learn how these birds are able to be efficient predators and masters of the skies.
Each class is $60 or $275 if you register for all five.
Did you know that a peregrine falcon can reach 200mph when it dives out of the sky? Now you know! Learn more facts amazing facts about falcons at the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program's falcon class.
Give Where You Live!
It is through the support our dedicated staff, volunteers, and community members that the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program can save so many lives. Thank you for continuing to support our mission through your donations, time, and engagement.
Click HERE to donate through Colorado Gives at any time.
A few times a year, we offer a behind-the-scenes look of our facility. Come see where we house the birds, learn about the process of rehabilitation, and support our mission of providing a second chance at freedom.
This is a great opportunity to do your holiday shopping for those gifts that will give twice, once to the birds and once to your loved ones. Adopt-a-raptors will be available for your holiday giving as well. Many birds will be out to educate. A great photo opportunity.