Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory
The mission of the Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory is to protect birds of prey and other migratory birds in the Western Lake Superior Region through research, education, and stewardship.
Based at a uniquely advantageous location overlooking the western tip of Lake Superior, the primary goals of the Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory are to study one of the greatest migrations of birds of prey in North America; to research the distribution, abundance and migratory pathways of birds in the Western Great Lakes; to educate people about bird conservation; and to serve as stewards of the Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve, the first designated Important Bird Area within Minnesota.
Amazing view and nice little drive. You can access multiple superior hiking trail routes from this location. A couple areas are available for parking. Spots are limited.
Beautiful trails. Snowmobiles were curious and friendly. Dog friendly people everywhere it's was great I'll be back for sure .
Snow shoeing for the first time ever here was very fun and pretty with the snow. Made it all worth the time
A BEAUTIFUL PLACE IN DULUTH, MANY OUTDOOR ADVENTURES...ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO VIEW MANY SPECIES OF BIRDS....
Wonderful place for birdwatching, hiking, mountain biking, snow shoes with beautiful Lake Superior views.
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