- Is the Sanctuary handicap accessible?
- Is it indoors?
- What are your hours?
- Is there a charge for admission?
- Can I bring my dog?
- I have found an injured bird. What should I do?
Is the Sanctuary handicap accessible?
A. Yes. The walkway to get to the raptor enclosures and the Aviary are both handicap accessible. There are handicap accessible restrooms in the Visitor Center and Education Center.
A. For the most part, all of the birds and the Aviary are located outside. There is a indoor Visitor Center with restrooms and a small gift shop. A few of our education animals are housed in the Visitor Center and can be viewed inside.
A. We are open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. We are open from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. We are closed on Mondays and holidays.
Is there a charge for admission?
There is no charge to enjoy our visitors center, trails, picnic areas or children’s Naturescape play area. Admission fee to the bird display area is $3/adult, $1/children under 12 and individuals from assisted living centers. Free admission to bird area for active OBS members and during Mohican Wildlife Weekend and Fall Family Festival.
A. All dogs must be on a leash at all time and are allowed on the trails only. Pets are not allowed in the buildings, songbird aviary, or near the bird-of-prey enclosures. Please be aware that some of our birds are often out of their enclosures for various reasons and an unrestrained pet could do irreparable damage.
I have found an injured bird. What should I do?
A. Please visit our page under "Bird Care" titled "I Have an Injured Bird". There you will find instructions on what to do. You may also call us at 419-884-HAWK (4295).