Eagle Encounters

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What you'll get

iconActive players in the conservation arena.
iconHands on rescue, rehabilitation and conservation.
iconEnvironmental education programmes.

Eagle Encounters is a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation, conservation, education and eco-tourism centre based at historic Spier Wine Farm. Founded by Hank and Tracy Chalmers, Eagle Encounters is a much-loved centre, visited by both locals and tourists.

Eagle Encounters receives birds that have been injured, poisoned, abused and hand-reared. Their first priority, in every case, is to rehabilitate and release as soon as possible. Only those birds that have been illegally hand-reared are retained for education purposes. 

These birds and animals are ambassadors for their species: giving you the never-to-be-forgotten opportunity of interacting with them personally, up close, and one-on-one. This interaction bridges the gap between a passive awareness and an active will to conserve.

Eagle Encounters also offers two exciting Edu-Fun school packages; their belief is that an awareness and appreciation for the environment should be nurtured from youth.

All visits to the centre serve to fund vital conservation, rehabilitation and education.


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