Jacksonport, Wis. (June 16, 2020) – Open Door Bird Sanctuary is now open for the season. New this year, they will be open every Saturday from June 20 – September 5, as well as Friday, July 3 and Sunday, September 6.
The sanctuary is open from 12–4pm. An exciting program at starts at 1pm with guided trail hikes at 2:30pm. This year, for everyone’s health and enjoyment, we will require masks in our main gathering areas and will limit the 1pm show to 50 people. We will also spacious seating. If we have more than 50 coming for our 1pm program, we will send those folks into our other areas to enjoy and will hold a second program at 2:30. We will make that determination based on visitors that day, so assume there is only one program. In addition, we have several sanitizing stations to take advantage of. Masks will not be required in our picnic area or on the trails.
You are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy pre- or post-show and have an exciting afternoon taking in the amazing resident birds of prey on exhibit, hands on artifacts, as well as the unique landscape.
Open rain or shine. Adults are $8 and kids $5. Open Door Bird Sanctuary is the only attraction like this in Door County so don’t miss the chance to see hawks, owls and even a bald eagle in the first hand but natural environment!
Open Door Bird Sanctuary is located at 4114 County Road I, between Jacksonport and Valmy. For more information, visit opendoorbirdsanctuary.org.