Birds of Prey program at Midwest Museum of Natural History Nov. 20
From press release
SYCAMORE, Ill.—Take flight at the Midwest Museum of Natural History with its annual live birds of prey program. SOAR (Save Our American Raptors) will be at the Museum Saturday, Nov. 20, for three shows: 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. Tickets are $10 for non-members and $6 for members (includes museum admission). Space is limited; register by calling (815) 895-9777.
SOAR’s breathtaking program will feature live owls, hawks and more. Learn amazing facts about these flighted hunters and discover the steps involved in raptor rehabilitation from rescue to release. A fascinating program for all ages; a wonderful opportunity for scouts and homeschool groups, too.
SOAR is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the welfare of native birds of prey. The organization focuses on five goals: educating the public, promoting study of raptors, training raptor handlers, rehabilitating injured birds, and resolving human/raptor conflicts.
The Midwest Museum of Natural History, 425 W. State St., Sycamore, Ill., is a nonprofit organization. Its mission is to inspire an appreciation for the great diversity of the natural environment and human culture through education and recreation. To learn more about The Midwest Museum of Natural History and upcoming events, visit mmnh.org or call (815) 895-9777.
From the Nov. 17-23, 2010 issue
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