For College Groups
We provide the Hawk Ridge Primer to a variety of college classes including biology, environmental studies, teacher training programs and others.
Eyes on the Skies – An Overview of Migration and Raptors
Hawk Ridge has a fascinating history, from gunner’s lair to birdwatcher’s paradise. Over 1,000 raptors per day fly past Hawk Ridge each fall for many reasons, one of which is Lake Superior. These migrating raptors take advantage of the geology of the North Shore to migrate more efficiently. As the birds migrate past Hawk Ridge, they provide an opportunity for bird research, education, and recreation.
Call or email Margie Menzies, School Program Director, to discuss specific details for your program: 218-428-8722, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image Credits: Debbie Waters