For families and individuals with a sense of adventure!
Get outside and explore the world of wildlife on the North Shore! Hike our beautiful campus with a professional naturalist as you learn about the fascinating worlds of birds and animals.
Minnesota’s North Shore is home to numerous species of fascinating birds, and Wolf Ridge is a great place to learn more about them. Use binoculars and field guides to identify our many varieties of wild birds, as well as get the opportunity to see our live education raptors up close and personal! Binoculars and field guides are all included, just bring what you need for the morning and your sense of adventure!
Wild animals leave clues of their presence and behavior all throughout the forest, and all it takes is a little bit of knowledge and curiosity to learn how to find the clues that tell their story. Join a Wolf Ridge naturalist for an exploration of how to see, identify, and interpret animal signs such as tracks, trails, animal beds, and more. Be prepared to explore, learn new things, and begin a journey towards looking at animal signs in a new way!
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Now – December 20th, 2020
Children age 2 and under are free of charge.
We accept credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express).
Participants and instructors must have masks available for times when we may gather on the trail and at check-in. While hiking at a 6-foot distance, canoeing, or traversing ropes course elements, masks are not required as take place outdoors in the fresh air. Indoor restrooms are available and equipped with hand sanitizer.