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Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center

1206 West Fm 1382, Cedar Hill

Up to 45% Off on Zoo / Animal Park at Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center

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Experience a face-to-beak encounter with American kestrel.

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March 5, 2020
This place is beautiful and the staff were so friendly a

About This Deal

Private Live Bird of Prey Encounter for Two

  • Participants can meet a pint-sized American kestrel, enter the behind-the-scenes area of Dogwood Canyon’s bird enclosure, examine bird pellets and feathers, see firsthand what the American kestrel eats, and have a picture taken. They can even have the opportunity to hold the bird on a gloved hand.
  • Each participant receives a souvenir and a one-year membership, which is valid at all Audubon centers in Texas.
  • Duration: 45-60 minutes

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 4 per person. May be repurchased every 365 days. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center

Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center has established an environment to promote the well-being of plants and animals, while educating the public. The 200-acre nature habitat, not only protects wildlife but also teaches conservation efforts. From guided hikes to up close and personal interactions with the smallest falcon in North America, Dogwood Canyon offers an insightful opportunity to experience nature uninterrupted. During the Private Live Bird of Prey Encounter, guests receive a behind the scenes look at the American Kestrel. Throughout this experience participants examine the Kestrel's feathers, its eating habits, and even have the opportunity to hold the bird. What’s more, the forested nature preserve actively promotes education efforts to support canyon geology, native plants, and community science.