Take A Walk Through The Woods With Hawks During This One Of A Kind Experience In Minnesota

If you’re a wildlife enthusiast in Minnesota, you have plenty of places to explore in hopes of seeing a Minnesota animal. Many drive along the Gunflint Trail to spot moose, bears, and deer. Others stroll through the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden and Bird Sanctuary to see butterflies and birds fluttering around. And still others hike the trail we’d like to introduce today. The Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory is home to many trails that take you through the forest and into a place where hawks and other raptors soar free. Read on below to learn more about this amazing walk through the woods:

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Have you ever been to Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory? For more information about this place and its trails, visit their website and Facebook page. And if you’re looking for even more places to spot wildlife in Minnesota, check out our past articles about the Vince Shute Bear Sanctuary and the International Wolf Center.

Address: Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory, 3980 E Skyline Pkwy, Duluth, MN 55804, USA