Come See Eagles, Owls, Wild Cats, and More | Environment
East Aurora, NY - The best place to live is...Planet Earth! Gather up the family and take a wild expedition around the world with majestic eagles, mysterious owls, fierce wildcats and much more at Hawk Creek Wildlife Center’s popular Destination: EARTH event Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 11:00am to 4:00pm.
Feel the power of birds of prey soaring right before your eyes during the live flying bird show, “The Big Bird Theory”. Experience a rare opportunity to stand face-to-face with our living national symbol, the Bald Eagle, at the unique Walk With the Eagles® exhibit. All children receive an activity booklet for their exploration of the world’s wild corners where they will meet live vultures, exotic birds, some of the most elusive wildcats…the Canada lynx, African serval, ocelot, and more! Upon completion of the journey, young scientists earn a wild souvenir to take home!
Enjoy the food, entertainment, gift store, and hands-on activities for all ages. Bring your camera for a day of wild and rare photo opportunities. With over 80 live animals plus activities for the whole family, Hawk Creek is a great place to celebrate the best place to live…Planet Earth!
Event parking is FREE and tickets are $10 for adults, $9 for veterans and seniors, $8 for children, and $26 for a family pass (up to 2 adults and 3 children). Children 4 and under are FREE Tickets can be purchased at the gate or online (free shipping plus a 10% discount for a limited time). Please visit www.hawkcreek.org or call 715-652-8646 for information and directions. No pets please. Event is rain or shine.
Hawk Creek Wildlife Center is open to the public during scheduled events. The Center is located at 655 Luther Rd East Aurora, NY, just five minutes SW from the East Aurora traffic circle. Please visit www.hawkcreek.org or call 716-652-8646 to learn about the Center’s 2012 events, courses, and live wildlife outreach programming.
Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, Inc. has been featured on Rachael Ray, Conan O’Brien, PBS, and was voted Blue Planet Hero by National Geographic. Over 80 non-releasable animals from around the world call Hawk Creek home while hundreds more are rehabilitated at the Center each year. Founded in East Aurora in 1987, Hawk Creek is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing wildlife education, rehabilitation, and conservation services to the community.
Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, Inc. PO Box 662 | 655 Luther Rd East Aurora, NY 14052
Environmental Education - Wildlife Rehabilitation - Conservation