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7 Wild Events You Need to Check Out at Hawk Creek Wildlife Center This Year

Adventure, Family Friendly, For Kids, Things to Do

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Written by SOB Creative

Published on April 18, 2022

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers.

Photo courtesy of Hawk Creek Wildlife Center

When you visit the Hawk Creek Wildlife Center you’ll have the opportunity to experience wildlife from all around the world. 

Hawk Creek Wildlife Center is a safe haven for animals who need a second chance at life. More than 100 permanent wild residents call this place home. 

This year is the year of the Eagle at Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, which means they are highlighting their own ambassador eagles, wildlife conservation, and amazing animal experiences!

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If you’re interested in wildlife, here’s 7 events to add to your calendar: 


Photo courtesy of Hawk Creek Wildlife Center

1. Wild Earth 

May 7 and 14 

Discover what inspires you at this wild event. You’ll have the chance to meet Kenya & Tsavo, a pair of endangered Bateleur Eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, eagles, wild cats, reptiles and more. Make sure you duck at the flying bird show, as you get closer than ever before to raptors from around the world! There will be activities for all ages, including animal encounters, crafts, games, and more.

2. Plant Sale 

May 27 to 29

You can brighten your garden while benefiting wildlife when you shop this special sale. There will be a vast selection of beautiful perennials for sale at affordable prices. Proceeds benefit the nonprofit mission and animals of Hawk Creek Wildlife Center. Plus, you can take a self-guided tour of the Center for a $5 donation per person. 

3. Photo Day 

June 18 

This is a rare and special opportunity where you can photograph wildlife up close, without barriers, and in a natural setting. Recreational, amateur, and professional photographers are all welcome! You’ll have a chance to photograph eagles, owls, hawks, wild cats, and more. Plus, there will be live flight demonstrations. 

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4. Animal Play Day 

June 18 

This family-friendly event welcomes all ages. Bring the kids with you for an animal play day which includes flying bird demonstrations, wild cat chat, and a variety of training and enrichment activities. 

5. Wild Brews 

June 25 and September 10 

This event is wild in more ways than one. You’ll feel like a VIP as you mingle with wild animals while sipping on seasonal beer and wine. Plus, there’s live music and food. Your ticket includes a drink ticket, free photo experiences, flying bird demos, up-close encounters, and a chance to win a raffle. It’s a fundraiser you won’t want to miss. Come get wild at this 21+ event! 

6. Enchanted Wild Fest 

August 6 

You never know who or what you’ll meet around the next corner at this fest. It could be a wild cat, a princess, an eagle, or even a superhero! This enchanting experience is fun for all ages and full of activities the whole family can enjoy.

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7. Spooky Safari 

October 1 and 8

It’s never too early to get in the Halloween spirit. You’re invited to come in costume for this spooky safari. You’ll have a chance to explore the not-so-spooky trick or treat trail to meet some creepy, but friendly, Halloween critters! 

Get a Season Pass

If you plan on visiting the Hawk Creek Wildlife Center multiple times this year, getting season passes just makes sense. You can get an individual pass or one for the whole family. Season passes include admission to one Wild Earth Day, Play Day, Enchanted Wild Fest, and Spooky Safari.

Hawk Creek Wildlife Center

1963 Mill Road, West Falls

hawkcreek.org

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