5810 Ferry Street, Niagara Falls Ontario Canada, L2G 1S9
Join the Niagara Falls History Museum this march break. Mountsberg Conservation will be presenting three live native birds of prey from its Raptor Centre for you to meet and interact with. There will be two Birds of Prey shows per day, one show 11:00 a.m. and one at 1:00 p.m. The presented birds – owls, hawks and/or falcons – may be vary per day.
Learn about each bird’s story, and about their homes, care and feeding.
Many of the birds at the Raptor Centre are there due to injuries that have left them unable to survive in the wild. Often, these injuries are caused by humans. By learning about the birds, the community can learn how to cohabitate with their native birds of prey.
Participants are invited to also explore the Museum, enjoy a scavengerhunt, and create a craft. Try on a reproduction War of 1812 uniform. Walk a tightrope like a daredevil or build a bridge. We will also be hosting a screening of the movie, Penguins of Madagascar, at 3:00.
Come for the whole day or as for long as you like!
Regular admission rates apply.
Prices are subject to change without notice.