Accessible Birding in the Native Habitat Garden

Native Habitat Garden Entrance, Accessible Birding Graphic

Advance registration required.
Call 610-756-6000 ext 200 to register.

In celebration of Birdability Week, join us for a fall birding experience at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, the first sanctuary for wild birds of prey. The outing will be guided through and around the Native Habitat Garden by Hawk Mountain volunteer and Master Naturalist, Barb Ritzheimer and Sanctuary staff.

Participants are welcome to visit our Raptor Adaptation Station in the Information Pavilion between 10am and 2pm.

Type of bird outing: This event is designed to be intentionally inclusive and accessible for all levels of birders who experience accessibility challenges as a result of a disability or other health concern.

Difficulty: Easy to moderate. The path from the Visitor Center to and around the Native Habitat Garden consists mostly of pavers.  A small portion is crushed stone.

*Golf cart service to South Lookout available, please mention when registering.

Distance: 0.25 miles, starting at the Visitor Center, then enjoy an outing in and around the Native Plant Garden.

Bathrooms: There are restrooms located in the Visitor Center and near the Outdoor Amphitheater.

Binoculars will be available to loan. Please feel free to email [email protected] with any additional questions you may have about this event. To learn more about Birdability, please visit birdability.org.

Join us for our other Birdability Week event: Accessible Raptor Watch Outing on Saturday, October 23.

*The Birdability organization is not affiliated with this event.*