Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo

Education | Conservation | Recreation

The mission of the Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo is to provide unique experiences in education, conservation and recreation that inspire responsible environmental decision making.

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 Diana Miller, director of the raptor program at the Nature and Raptor Center of Pueblo, shows off Aerial, the center's resident peregrine falcon.

Celebrate Diana’s 25th Anniversary!

Diana Miller has served as our Raptor Center Director for 25 years as of July 2014!  She has done a fabulous job of caring for thousands of raptors and helping educate both students and adults on the value of raptors in our environment. She has asked that rather than an on-site celebration, we hold a Stay At Home Party celebrating her service. RSVP Here to Stay at home and celebrate!


Canyon Adventure in Condor Country

September 23 – 30th: Join us for a great opportunity to explore the Four Corners region, in search of wild California Condors. For this exclusive tour, we have added the opportunity to witness Condor researchers release birds into the wild at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument! Get the Registration Form.

 SteelCity Anglers

Want a Free Annual Membership to the Nature and Raptor Center?

Enjoy a full day fly fishing with Steel City Anglers! Pueblo’s premier guides in-struct all skill levels from beginner to pro. All gear is provided and at the end of the day we’ll hook you up with an individual annual Nature Center pass! Read more here or visit their website at

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We could use your unwanted supplies!

Before you send your old and unwanted items to a thrift shop, consider donating them to your favorite local Nature Center instead! Donation receipts are available.

Items that could really help us: Vacuum Cleaner; Weed Mower; Power Washer; Power Blower and more …

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Bioblitz and Birdathon Results

On May 17 teams of volunteer scientists, and other community members worked together to find and identify as many species of plants and animals as possible, during NRCP’s Bioblitz. (Results). May 31st an NRCP team participated in a Birdathon to record as many bird species as possible in Pueblo County, in a 24 hour time period! ​(Results).