Sunday, October 26, 2008

Birds of Prey Program at Sams Lake Bird Sanctuary November 8

Winged Ambassadors Environmental will bring an exceptional live wildlife show to Sams Lake Bird Sanctuary on Saturday afternoon November 8th .

Several trained non-releasable birds of prey will perform soaring free flight demonstrations over the wetlands.

Master Falconer Dale Arrowood will showcase the differences and similarities between a variety of raptor and owl families.

Birds may include eagles, hawks, owls, falcons, or vultures . These birds are not “trick animals”, they simply do what comes naturally to them.

Guests will learn about the raptors’ role as environmental indicators and the importance of protecting wildlife habitat as our wetlands, fields and forests transform into concrete and rooftops.

This exciting and educational program begins at 1pm. on Saturday November 8th . The rain date will be Saturday afternoon, December 13th.

Admission is $4 per person. Proceeds will be split between the Trust and Winged Ambassadors Environmental for care of the birds.

Sams Lake is on Old Senoia Road, south of Redwine Road just outside Fayetteville. For more information and directions, visit the Trust’s website or email .

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