This event focuses on native birds of prey in our region and includes live bird of prey programs and tours of the Raptor Center on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. One highlight of the event is Osprey Watches onboard Hardy Lake's pontoon boat for $2 as well as the "all you can eat" fundraising breakfast on Saturday morning. Prices for breakfast are $6 adults and $3 children and all money raised helps support the Dwight Chamberlain Raptor Center.
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