Winged Ambassadors Birds of Prey
We were formed in 2005 by conservationist Dale Arrowood. Click here to learn more about our origins and our mission.
We offer a wide variety of shows, displays, events, and encounters. Click here to learn about what shows we offer and how to get one at your event.
Pictured above: Dale and our Eurasian eagle owl, Czar. Czar is one of our most seasoned birds; he's been with us for a very long time and is around 20 years old now. Luckily, he won't be going anywhere anytime soon, because Eurasian eagle owls like Czar can live up to 60 years in captivity! Because he's so charismatic, Czar has always been a fan favorite and he loves the attention.
Pictured above: Kim and our newest owl, the barred owl Winston. Winston is one of our newer birds, and was one of the last birds we obtained in the '10s. Just like Czar, he will be with us for many years to come. Unlike Czar, Winston is still young, so a little shy, but he easily charms crowds with his cute face and signature hoots.
As we close out our last season of the decade, everyone at Winged Ambassadors is so pleased to look back on the accomplishments and impacts we have made through our wonderful birds. Winged Ambassadors is proud to have spent another 10 years dedicated to education and preserving wildlife. In the past 10 years, we have worked with so many other excellent people and organizations and made so many strides in our own program. We would like to thank all of our friends and family, and everyone who has supported us or come to see our shows. We are so happy that everyone could be apart of this journey.
Some of these accomplishments we've made include welcoming countless new volunteers, working with new animals and organizations, and of course, obtaining our beautiful eagle, Lady Liberty. In between all these big achievements however, there have been countless little ones too. Everyone who we educate and every bird we assist is another step towards humans and nature living in a compatible way. One of the birds we obtained recently, Winston, who was rescued from dogs when very young, is a great example of this. We hope that as winged ambassador with us, Winston will continue to inspire people to care for the natural world around them.
We would like to extend a special thank you to our volunteers, our photographer, our friends at Banning Mills, and everyone we have collaborated with over the years. We wish everyone happy holidays and a happy new year!
Winged Ambassadors is very proud of its progress so far, but we are always striving to help more people learn about our natural world. We hope to continue making progress towards a better future during the next decade. We want our message of respect and preservation of the natural world to reach as many people as possible, so we are always coming up with new ways to reach the public. Whether it be new birds, new collaborations, new show types, or new locations, we are bound to try it. We have a lot of fun and innovative things planned for this year and beyond, so stay with us!