The CPN Eagle Aviary offers a permanent home to eagles rescued from the wild that have been injured and cannot be rehabilitated and released. While only a handful of Native American aviaries exist in the U.S., this facility is the first of its kind to incorporate culturally significant elements into the facility design. We pride ourselves on practicing sound husbandry to provide these Eagles permanent homes in an environment created with enrichment intended to replicate a portion of their wild habitat. Construction of the aviary was funded in part by a grant awarded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Tours of the aviary are available by appointment only.