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Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation

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Active since 1982 and more recently a registered charity, the Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation is Alberta's first privately licensed raptor rescue and conservation organization. We are located two hours south of Calgary in the heart of Canada's wild prairies. 

Our environmental contributions extend far beyond the province of Alberta. Offspring from our Burrowing Owl breeding program have been released in all four western provinces. Injured birds needing long-term care have arrived from locations ranging from Ontario to British Columbia, and even Canada's Artic.

As a non-political organization, we are not environmental critics or watch-dogs. Our strategy is to roll up our sleeves and initiate hands-on practical solutions which directly benefit wildlife and our environment.

We do not receive any government operating subsidies. We rely solely on donations in addition to people generously donating their time.

We do not pay administrative wages, nor do we hire professional fund-raisers. One hundred percent of all donations received is spent on programs and projects that directly benefit the wildlife and habitat we strive to conserve.

One on one interaction with these AMAZING birds of prey!

Show location

BMO Centre

20 Roundup Way SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 2W1

(403) 245-9008

Directions & parking

Show hours

  • Thursday, February 6 1 pm - 9 pm
  • Friday, February 7 1 pm - 9 pm
  • Saturday, February 8 10 am - 7 pm
  • Sunday, February 9 10 am - 5 pm

Admission

  • Adults (ages 18+) $ 15.00
  • Juniors (ages 13-17) $ 10.00
  • Seniors (ages 65+) $ 10.00
  • Children (12 years and under, when accompanied by a paid adult) FREE
  • Family Pass (2 Adults & 2 Juniors) $ 38.00

About us

Canadian National Sportsmen's shows is a not-for-profit Corporation and the largest producer of boat, fishing, ski and outdoor shows in Canada. The Calgary Boat & Sportsmen's Show, part of the Canadian National Sportsmen's Shows (CNSS), first took place in Calgary back in 1977. 42 years later, CNSS has helped protect Canada's outdoors with grants in excess of $32 million dollars. Community programs launched by CNSS include "Kids Fishing Day", which allocated more than 65,000 fishing kits to children over the 10 years of the program.

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