The World Center for Birds of Prey is planning an expansion to double the number of students it can host.
The Center is a unique indoor/outdoor
The project hopes to get a fundraising boost from the bi-annual FUNDSY capital campaign effort. FUNDSY started in 1967 to help drive funding for the Downtown Boise YMCA. In the years since, Treasure Valley residents have given $8.2 million to nearly 50 organizations.
“We will double our capacity to offer STEM-based global field trip experiences to Treasure Valley students centered on ecosystem health, coexistence, and conservation in action,” Richard T. Watson, President and CEO of the Peregrine Fund said in a prepared
The new facility, known as the Global Raptor Education Center, would increase yearly field trip capacity from 5,000 to 10,000.
“FUNDSY is honored and excited about collaborating with The World Center for Birds of Prey to promote their mission in education and conservation,” FUNDSY President Kyle
FUNDSY added a new “themed social event” this year at JUMP, as well as a golf tournament
Support our journalism: Sign up for BoiseDev FIRST and get a daily newsletter filled with news & scoops.