Wildlife Recovery Association will be at the Huron County Nature Center on Saturday, July 2 beginning at 10:30 a.m. The public is invited to this free event with Joe and Barb Rogers, who is dedicated to promoting the understanding, appreciation, and protection of wild raptors and other birds of prey with their connection with nature.
Birds of Prey Next Door
Wildlife Recovery Association brings exciting natural history programs to your doorstep. Get a close-up look at live hawks and owls in an informative presentation. When you look straight into the dark eyes of a beautiful barred owl, understand the mysterious sounds of the night, and see the beauty of peregrine falcons that returned from near extinction…these are the things that spark an interest in nature and science. At this family-friend event, learn about cavity-nesting birds and the habitat needs of birds of prey.
The nature center, located at 3336 Loosemore Road, east of Oak Beach Road provides hiking and biking trails, as well as visitor’s centers, which open most weekends during the summer months. More information about the non-profit Huron County Nature Center can be found at https://www.huronnaturecenter.org/ and https://www.facebook.com/HCnaturecenter/
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