RAPTOR ENCLosures - THe Journey



After the initial convalescent period a bird needs to be placed in an enclosure to allow it to gain strength by taking small, short flights. Just as you wouldn’t start running after an injury before you could walk with confidence and safety, the same is true for our winged ones. Short flights to strategically placed perches within the specially designed enclosure helps empower the bird to gradually make their way back to the beautiful day they will be released. Why do we call it an enclosure and not a cage? Cage correlates to confinement as one would be in a barred cell. At MAWC, defining it as an enclosure conveys safe haven. Enclose the winged ones in security and comfort and watch over them in a conscientious compassionate manner.

Please help us continue the journey as we need more funds to complete our Raptor Barn. The inner wooden slats for the walls and ceiling, perches, bathing area, feeding stations, inner and exterior doors, and entryway will complete the enclosure. In the Raptor Barn photo, you’ll note a piece missing in the roof. Our roof was completed as of last November!

We will create with your heartfelt donations enclosures that will meet all the bird’s needs. How can we do anything less for these visionary messengers of beauty and wisdom.

100% of donations goes directly into building our raptor enclosures. 
Thank you for caring about wildlife and for showing your support with your donations!

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Raptor enclosure journey


Enclosure Layout


Cement Pour




Raptor Barn