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Birds of prey in Morningside Park


July 27, 2016

HURLEYVILLE, NY — The Town of Fallsburg Parks and Recreation Department will present “Close Encounters with Birds of Prey” on Sunday, July 31 at 10 a.m. at Morningside Park. Admission is free.

Would you like to see a golden eagle, a red-tailed hawk, a peregrine falcon, a saw-whet owl and other raptors? If so, join Bill Streeter, director of the Delaware Valley Raptor Center, to see and learn about these birds. Streeter, who has a B.A. in biology and an M.S. in zoology, will entertain as well as educate you with the knowledge he has gained through over 35 years of studying and rehabilitating raptors and through practicing the ancient art of falconry.

Bring a chair or blanket. For more information call 845/434-5877.