Hoo's Woods, founded in 1998, is a non-profit 501 (C)(3) raptor education and rehabilitation center located near Milton, in Southern Wisconsin.  Our mission is to inform and educate in the schools, scouts, community organizations, and general public regarding wildlife and habitat. To rescue and rehabilitate birds of prey.  

Adopt a Raptor Program

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Interested in attending a raptor education program? Click here for a list of upcoming public programs.  New programs are continually being scheduled so check back often for updates.  If you are interested in scheduling a live raptor education program Click here to learn more. You may also contact Dianne at 608-883-2795, email at falco5@ticon.net, or download one of our brochures here.

Photo by Danny Pickens

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Courtesy of Margaret Duerr and Allison Halkey


 Nest Boxes

P.O. Box 21 Milton WI 53563


Hoo's Woods Raptor Center

Meet the ”Fab 4”- featuring our snowy, spectacled, barred and barn owls.  This new one hour program is appropriate for all ages and audiences.  To help celebrate Earth Week in April, we are offering this highly anticipated program at a special rate of $300 for a limited time. Programs must be presented during the months of March and April. After May 1st this program will resume at the normal fee of $350.  For more information please contact us at 608-883-2795 or email falco5@ticon.net 

PO Box 21 Milton WI 53563 US
+1.6088832795 • falco5@ticon.net

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Celebrate Your Child’s Birthday With a Raptor Presentation

Make your child’s birthday special with a Hoo’s Woods Raptor Center bird of prey presentation by providing an exciting and unique educational experience for participants, as well as financial support for the essential work we do at our center.  Participants will meet live birds of prey while learning valuable lessons about the environment and conservation.  Click here for more info 

The Fab 4- Hoots and Owls Program 

We help birds of prey through education, rehabilitation and conservation

Jefferson County Warden Pearl Wallace releasing a barred owl at Bark River Nature Park in Fort Atkinson