LAKEVILLE – Raptor handlers and specialists with Wild Wings wildlife center will be at the Chip Holt Nature Center in Vitale Park to show and talk about their wild birds of prey.
On Tuesday Feb. 17th, from 7 to 8 p.m., live birds of prey will be presented, as well as information about their habits, and habitats.
Seating for the presentation is limited to 50 participants.
The Chip Holt Nature Center’s mission is to provide interactive educational programs and recreational opportunities for present and future generations, promote ecological stewardship for Conesus Lake and its watershed, and increase awareness and appreciation for the natural resources of the Finger Lakes.
Wild Wings wildlife center is a not-for-profit educational organization from Honeoye Falls that houses and cares for permanently injured birds of prey which are unable to survive on their own in the wild.
Their mission statement is to teach environmental stewardship through programs featuring their resident raptors as teaching partners. They travel with their raptors to schools, scout meetings, and many other corporate and private events, and they also host educational programs and hikes at their facility at Mendon Ponds Park.
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