Date/Time
Event

April 14, 2021 - May 12, 2021
All Day

Grouse Drum
Grouse Drum

In the spring male ruffed grouse “drum” to attract females. The drum sounds like someone repeatedly trying to pull start an outboard motor. The effect is caused by the grouse beating its wings against the air. While the sound is distinctive, it can be hard to pinpoint the bird which blends in with pre-spring forest.

May 5, 2021 - May 19, 2021
All Day

Bald Eagle Chicks Hatch
Bald Eagle Chicks Hatch

Bald eagles migrate back up the North shore in March, lay 1-3 eggs in April and incubate them for about five weeks. Chicks hatch mid-May. After three months, eaglets can fly, and after another month they leave the nest for good. Parents will return to the same nest for multiple years, so it is important for humans to not disturb the nests.

May 8, 2021 - May 9, 2021
All Day

Take A Mom Fishing
Take A Mom Fishing

Mother’s Day on the North Shore! All Minnesota moms can fish¬†without a license¬†courtesy of the MN DNR. Mothers can only fish for species with open seasons. For possession limits and other details consult the fishing regulations.