I highly recommend the Ultimate Raptor experience for both members or non-members. I visited it while traveling to Oregon. It is every bit worth the money and helps support a good cause. Take a group of up to four people to cut down on costs. You arrive early for the tour, so it’s usually just your small group, the trainer(s), and the raptors up close and personal. Arrive on time or else it could complicate the feeding schedule. I was able to see multiple raptors up close, learn interesting information about them, watch them work with their trainer Kit (who is wonderful) and feed, take photos and videos on my phone, plus see a flight demonstration from Dimitri the Owlat the end. These raptors all have their own story, personality, and relationship with the staff. The center also follows CDC recommendations for COVID-19, so you won’t feel unsafe while interacting with one another or the raptors. Consider volunteer opportunities, becoming a member, or adopting a raptor also. The center appreciates any support.