SATURDAY, March 18, 2022

Two free presentations .

Please register by following the buttons below. 

SATURDAY, March 18, 2022 at
Huron County Museum
110 North Street
Goderich at


SATURDAY, March 18, 2022 at
Exeter Library
330 Main Street South
Exeter at


SUNDAY, March 19, 2022

Blyth Creek Maple Farm hosts the Bird of Prey presentations on SUNDAY, March 19, 2022.  Follow this link to book the presentation which includes a tour of the Sugar Bush at Blyth Creek Maple Farm.

The Canadian Raptor Conservancy performs live, Free-Flight Demonstrations across Canada at select events throughout the year.   Demonstrations include birds that are trained for free flight, as each different bird is unique in its own appearance and flight styles. As each bird is flying, the handler/interpreter gives an educational commentary about each one.

Each demonstration includes 5 different raptors from around the world, including at least 3 free-flying birds.  Some of the fabulous birds that they may use in their shows include:

  • Bald Eagle
  • Golden Eagle
  • Harris Hawk
  • Barn Owl
  • Great Horned Owl
  • Red-tailed Hawk
  • Peregrine Falcon
  • American Kestrel
  • Turkey Vulture 
    Plus a whole host of other birds of prey from around the world.

This unique encounter with nature’s flying hunters might include:

  • The bird with the best vision in nature, able to spot its prey from over 20 km away.
  • The only species of hawk that hunts in a pack, just like a family of wolves.
  • The bird of prey that has the most highly developed sense of smell in the world – even better than a bloodhound.
  • One of the world’s most nocturnal animals. This owl can find its food on the darkest of nights using only its ears.
  • The amazing falcon, as it folds its wings and accelerates into a vertical dive, reaching speeds of up to 200 km/h as it flies over the crowd.