Evening Owl Programs for Visitors
Public Owl Evenings at Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve
Whoo doesn’t like owls? From large to small, seasonal travelers, and hardy residents, Minnesota hosts a fascinating diversity of owls, with some crazy habits, and responsible for some hauntingly beautiful sounds in the night. Join us to travel through a year of owls found in Minnesota, exploring their interesting life histories, and spotlighting some of the amazing things research has taught us about owls, and a bit about telling who’s whoo.
DATES: SATURDAY- October 8th, and 22nd. Pre-registration is required.
COST: $10/ticket or $5/member or student (limited tickets available) Tickets can be purchased in person at the Hawk Ridge merchandise trailer between 9am and 4pm, OR by phone 218-428-6209 or by clicking on the Pay Now Button
TIME: Program begins at 8 pm. Program length varies from 45 minutes to 2 hours depending on conditions.
LOCATION: This outdoor evening program takes place at the education program area at Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve NOTE: If inclement weather, the program will be held indoors or tickets shifted to a different program date (if space available). Ticket holders will be notified via phone about any changes prior to the start of the program.
Image Credits: Debbie Waters