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Hawk Creek Wildlife Center

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Address: Grover Rd & Luther Rd, East Aurora, NY

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Loretta and her workers came to my house to rescue a great horned owl. They took in some tiny birds that got into some oil. Asked them if they could take in a turtle over 30 years... read more

Reviewed 14 March 2017
Buffalo, New York
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Buffalo, New York
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Reviewed 14 March 2017

Loretta and her workers came to my house to rescue a great horned owl. They took in some tiny birds that got into some oil. Asked them if they could take in a turtle over 30 years old that fell into my empty pool and was slightly injured. They took care of everything.

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Buffalo, New York
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Reviewed 8 September 2016

We visited Hawk Creek for a special event that they had. It is only open to the public a few times per year. We were there for a Renaissance Festival and we got to see a lot of cool stuff. Very interesting, informative, beautiful, and cool place. Animal lovers will love this place. If you get the chance, GO!

Thank jen1ny2016
Cleveland, Ohio
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Reviewed 2 August 2016

Every year Hawk Creek opens their doors and puts on the most amazing festival. This is the big fundraiser, the time to visit, spend money and have a great time. They depend on donations, that is their only funding so please don't forget them throughout the year as well!

Thank BluejayMay13
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 28 February 2016

I'm glad there is a place like this available. I think the main staff are a bit over protective but then again in today's society I guess they need to be. It is really a sanctuary but not particularly open to public or as it could be. Compare to the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Colorado it has a long ways... More 

Thank sunshinesNYS
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Reviewed 3 January 2016 via mobile

Hawk creek is not open to the public most of the time but they do make it accessible a few times a year. We had the pleasure of going during their Renaissance festival. They rehabilitate birds of prey and some smaller feline species. Unfortunately they are not funded with government help so they need to rely on public donations. While... More 

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Reviewed 28 August 2015

These people are awesome ! It's a wildlife rehab center that is just out of this world. It's always a treat to visit. They have many types of tours and activities going on, you can even "adopt" some of the birds and animals. It's a real up-close and personal look at the beauty of these great birds and animals. Go... More 

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