Come explore and learn about Nature At The Confluence’s two largest raptors.
The Rock River Bottomland at Nature At The Confluence provides bird habitat, food sources and breeding areas. Depending on the time of year, you may see bald eagles feeding their young, or fishing in the river, and you may hear and see the song birds that use the Rock River as a migratory flyway. Each participant will have use of their own binoculars as we walk the Rock River Birding and Hiking Trail out to view the Eagle Nest on Boney Island from a respectful distance. You’ll learn how to tell the difference between a male, female and juvenile eagle and more about their habits and habitat. Then we’ll return to the Learning Center where your group will have the opportunity to dissect an owl pellet to discover what owls might eat.
- Private Experience for all ages (only offered May 1- Aug 1)
- Up to 4 people = $40 | Up to 6 people = $60
- Approximately 1.5 hrs
- Adapted for all ages!
- When you purchase this Confluence Experience, you will receive a gift certificate via email that can be redeemed within 1 year.
- Perfect for gift giving, family outings, birthday parties!
- Bring your camera!
- Call or email to book your private experience.