Owls, hawks, falcons and other birds of prey are the focus of a presentation to celebrate National Raptor Month at Skyline Regional Park on Saturday, Oct. 14 from 10 a.m. to noon.
This free, family-friendly event is provided by Buckeye’s Community Services Department and Wild at Heart, a non-profit raptor rescue organization.
Learn about these incredible birds during a one-hour presentation from biologists, participate in up close, supervised interactions with the birds, talk one-on-one with their handlers and check out the kid’s activity station too.
The raptors are under the care of the biologists from Wild at Heart, which travels with the birds to educate and raise public awareness of the importance these birds play on the environment and wildlife.
Bring a comfortable chair and water to the presentation, which begins promptly at 10:30 a.m. This is a free event, but you are encouraged to pre-register at buckeyeaz.gov/rec
Skyline Regional Park is located at 2600 N. Watson Road, two miles north of I-10 from the Watson Road interchange. Carpooling is encouraged since parking is limited.
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