Hawkwatch open house tomorrow
Looking for something to do with the kids tomorrow?
Well all you have to do is head to Beamer Memorial Conservation Area and look up to the sky.
Niagara Peninsula Hawkwatch is hosting its annual open house at the Grimsby park from 10 to 3.
Officials with the group, expect hundreds of birdwatchers to descend on the area.
Already this spring, there have been more than 500 birds of prey in the sky, riding warm air currents.
The birds include black vultures, bald eagles and red shouldered hawks.
There will also be a live display of hawks and eagles, as well as programs for the kids
There is a voluntary admission of $2.00 per person or $5.00 for families
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