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Birds of Prey Shows Continue Focus on the Environment in Honor of Earth Day

Published Apr 03, 2014
     If you missed the annual Schoolcraft College Earth Day event on Mar. 31 you can watch a video of the day's activities and take advantage of one more opportunity to learn about a very unique aspect of our environment--birds of prey. 

     Joe Rogers, director of the Wildlife Recovery Association, will present an entertaining, educational program with live birds of prey on Thurs., Apr. 10, at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. Rogers presentation will help students, faculty, staff and the community understand and respect these animals’ need to stay wild and free. Participants will have the opportunity to see up close more than 10 live raptors including bald eagles, great-horned and short-eared owls, red-tail hawks and northern harriers. 

     The Birds of Prey shows will be held in the Lower Waterman area of the VisTaTech Center on the college's main campus in Livonia, Haggerty Road between Six and Seven Mile Roads. 




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