Chattahoochee Nature Center, Inc.

A nonprofit organization

$485 raised by 6 donors

4% complete

$13,000 Goal

Our Red-shouldered Hawks Need a New Home and YOU Can Help Us Build It! 

Our Red-shouldered Hawks desperately need your help! Over the last several months, generous donors like you have contributed nearly $14,000 towards our goal of $27,000 for the rebuilding of their 20-year-old aviary. 

But we need another $13,000 to give these birds a new home!

Every donation helps and makes a difference for these injured, non-releasable birds who arrived at CNC as rehabilitation patients in the Wildlife Clinic. The female arrived in 2017 after she collided with a window. She has limited sight and poor depth perception. The male arrived in 2019 after a vehicle accident that rendered him blind in his right eye. Neither was able to capture live prey, thus are unable to survive in the wild. 

These hawks reside on CNC's 127-acre campus where our Wildlife Department provides them with safety, food, medical care, and compassion. We are grateful to have them with us as they enthrall and educate our 144,000 annual visitors while inspiring environmental stewardship and a love for nature. 

Please join us in this critical mission to build a new aviary that will keep our Red-shouldered Hawks safe and secure. We are grateful for your support!

Click here to learn more about CNC's wildlife rehabilitation department and our resident animals. 

Come visit us soon! 

9135 Willeo Road

Roswell, GA 30075


Along a bend in the Chattahoochee River, a few miles north of I-285, historic native American foot trails run across wooded hillsides, swallowtail butterflies dance in sunny spots and yellow-bellied turtles climb onto the river’s banks.

This picturesque place and environmentally important watershed would not be possible without donors like you. Your donations help us preserve this land that is so important to our health and the health of our community.

Our mission is to connect people with nature. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations to help fund our operating budget that allows us to do our important mission work.  

  1. Deliver best-in-class environmental education programs to 45,000 school children each year, with nearly 35% of them coming from Title I school communities where exposure and access to nature are limited. 
  2. Provide 10,000 pounds of fresh produce annually from our quarter-acre STEM teaching farm to a local food pantry that serves over 250 food-insecure families each day. 
  3. Care for over 100 non-releasable native Georgia wildlife residents and over 700 injured wildlife rehab patients each year. 
  4. Preserve 127 acres of wildlife habitat along the Chattahoochee River.
  5. Provide a safe place for visitors of all ages and abilities to get outdoors and connect to nature.

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Chattahoochee Nature Center, Inc.

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Education Environment Animals




(770) 992-2055

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