Birds of prey

Glastonbury - posted Mar, 13 2013

GLASTONBURY - On March 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the CT Audubon Society Center, 1361 Main St., Glastonbury, Kasha Breau, teacher/naturalist at CT Audubon Society Center and Joan Morrison, a biology professor from Trinity College, will present a Birds of Prey program with live raptors. Breau will present various species of raptors and talk about their habitats, food needs and the struggle to survive. An expert wildlife rehabilitator, she will talk about the tough choices rehabilitators and veterinarians must make when it comes to injured and sick raptors. Morrison will discuss various environmental and human issues affecting our state’s raptors. Member admission is $8; non-members $12; children under 12 is $5. Please call 860-633-8402 to pre-register.

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