Raptor Photography


Most photographers cannot afford the time or money to be in the field waiting for that one moment when you can capture a wild image that takes your breath away.  For over three decades, we have placed hundreds of photographers into positions where they may capture compelling pictures of our iconic raptors.  We have been making those moments possible for some of the most expensive photo safaris in the world. For the past 3 years  we have been making those opportunities much more affordable for everyone.

2017 Schedule: October 21, 28, 29th. First Flying Photo Shoot: October 29, 2017

 Booking Now.  Limited Spaces Available


Make sure you do not miss one of our upcoming photo shoots. Watch our Facebook page and sign up for our newsletter, Raptor Chronicles to get  current updates.   Click on the image to enlarge.



Thanks to Sharon Mizner for sharing the Short eared owl photo (above) and the immaturebald eagle photo (below).
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Raptor Education Foundation is a Certified Mile High United Way Affiliated Agency

Mile High United Way: (REF) Designation Code: 0294

Admin Staff
Anne Price — Corp. Secretary, Peter Reshetniak — President
Raptor Staff
Anne Price — Curator
Research & Project Associates
David Goode, Architect:Eagles Landing
Mews Manager
Savannah Grout
Docent & Volunteer Staff
Elise Bales, Morgan Brantmeyer, Chris Canipe, Kevin Corwin, Dorothy Gibson, Kristin Gruebmeyer, Bernhard Hafner, Jennifer McAllister, Melissa Nesavich, Anne Price, Jennifer Redmond, Peter Reshetniak, Beverly Rice, Mitch Skinner, Skye Taylor, Tom Weber
Eagle Brigade, 2018
Docents In Training
Linda Julia, Jessica Wolf
IT Support
Trey Spangenberg
Legal Eagles
Fairfield & Woods

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