Have you ever seen an immense Bald Eagle up close? How about some diminutive owls? They may vary greatly in size, but all are raptors, birds of prey. Here is your invitation to learn more about these fascinating birds, up close and personal.
Kettle Moraine Land Trust is resuming its educational series, Talking About Nature; you and your family are invited to be our guests. We’ll gather at the outdoor pavilion on the grounds of Lutherdale, north of Elkhorn, on Saturday morning, June 19, from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
The one-hour session, suitable for all ages, promises to be fun and informative, presented by Hoo’s Woods Raptor Center, a rescue and rehabilitation center that focuses on public education. Meet a Bald Eagle and three other birds of prey, learning about their important roles in the environment.
There is no fee for this event but advance registration is required. (Freewill donations always are accepted with gratitude.) Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register, or for more information.