6783 Concession 1
RR2 Puslinch, ON
Canada, N0B 2J0


Image  Currently there are six 10’ X 32’ flights set up for breeding pairs of raptors including Harris’ Hawks and European Goshawks. The chambers have a southern exposure and are protected from the prevailing northern winds. They are constructed of board and batten walls, metal partitions, pre-fabricated wiremesh units, various perching options , sizeable nest ledges and an adjoining hallway for feeding and care.

 

 

Image  Breeding birds in captivity, especially raptors, has been a long time profession/passion that has resulted in being involved in producing some of the “firsts” in Canada: Peregrine Falcons (1979), Prairie X Peregrine hybrids and Red-naped Shahin X Peregrine hybrids via artifical insemination in the early 1980’s; Bald Eagle, Golden Eagle, Gyrfalcon, Prairie Falcon, Luggar Falcon, Military Macaw, Scarlet Macaw, Green-winged Macaw, also in the early ‘80s. Most of the individual birds set up for breeding were handled (flown) extensively until they were sexually mature.

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Bee Keeping Workshop 2017

Bee keeper at work

An introductory workshop on bee keeping will be held at Chassagne on Sept. 30, 2017

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Barn Owl Beauty

Carole's latest oil painting does not disappoint!

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Calligraphy Workshop 2017

Be sure to join us for our latest Calligraphy Workshop!

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Wreath Making Workshop 2016

Our Wreath Making Workshops have become an annual tradition!

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