Talk on the Wildside presented by Hawk Creek Wildlife Center is coming to The Nannen Arboretum in Ellicottville.

Every living thing on our planet has a purpose – fulfilling the Circle of Life.  At Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, the mission is to educate, empower and preserve so that all will thrive together. They inspire minds to become environmental stewards and conserve wildlife to fulfill the circle of life for generations to come.

The vision of Hawk Creek is a world in which humans and all other living species live in harmony with nature. This balance protects the world today and tomorrow.

Hawk Creek, founded in 1987, is one of the largest accredited non-profit raptor centers in the East and receives no government funding. Located in East Aurora, New York, the Center houses a diverse, global collection of raptors, mammals, and reptiles.  Through exceptional education programs, they instill respect for nature and her laws and promote stewardship of our planet.  In addition, they support endangered species through their collaborative partnerships and vital breeding programs.

How exciting! Meet an eagle up close. Learn about its habitat, behavior, diet and breeding. Join us for a personal encounter with wildlife when Hawk Creek presents a Talk on the Wildside at The Nannen Arboretum, 28 Parkside Drive, Ellicottville, NY on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at 6pm. Admission: $5 per person, Children under 5 free. Refreshments will be served.

This program is another in the series of educational programs offered by the Nannen Arboretum.