Giving back to the community has been the theme of North's annual Tasmanian camp, and for Trent Dumont, the chance to visit a very special organisation.
The Roos' midfielder toured the not-for-profit organisation, Raptor Refuge, designed to protect and care for the state's natural wildlife.
Along the way, he met some eagle-eyed friends.
Earlier in the morning, more than 400 students participated in the Superclinic at Blundstone Arena. The kids' skills were put to the test during a variety of drills, all under the tutelage of the North stars.
Players also put through their paces, answering the hard-hitting questions for eager students at a number of schools.
"The Tasmanian community gives heaps to North Melbourne, so it's good to give back," Nick Larkey told the media.
"It's good fun and seeing Tassie as a player, and the kids are appreciative of us coming out."
Autographs all-round at Blundstone Arena. pic.twitter.com/Kc6jOnXNjb— North Melbourne (@NMFCOfficial) March 11, 2020
Larkey and teammate Jasper Pittard also taking the opportunity to get a close-up look at the Westpac Rescue Helicopter.
As Wednesday draws to a close, North players will return to Melbourne from Hobart, Devonport and Launceston.