- The Bridger Raptor Festival is a free, three-day, annual October event focusing on the raptor migration count of the largest known Golden Eagle population in the US near Bozeman, Montana.
- Bridger Raptor Festival activity venues may include the Museum of the Rockies, Bridger Bowl Ski Areas.
- The BRF began in 1997 and included displays and presentations on raptor identification, ecology and migration.
When is the Bridger Raptor Festival?
The Bridger Raptor Festival takes place annually over a few days in early October. October 6th-8th, 2017.
Where does the Raptor Festival take place?
Multiple events span a few days and are hosted at a variety of locations in and around Bozeman, including the Museum of the Rockies, Bridger Bowl Ski Area, and the Montana Raptor Conservation Center.
How much does it cost?
This festival is free and open to the public as it is dedicated to educating the public and promoting appreciation of raptors and other local wildlife.
What else should I know about the Bridger Raptor Festival?
A variety of events take place over the weekend and include educational seminars, nature walks, raptor viewing, and entertainment.
The Bridger Raptor Festival began in 1997 as two day program at Bridger Bowl including displays, lectures and presentations on raptor identification, ecology and migration with approximately 1000 participants, hundreds of which hiked to the ridge to observe raptor migration first hand.
Visit the Bridger Raptor Festival Website for more information.