This program encompasses the history of falconry and the rarely known fact that falconers pioneered the raptor conservation we know today. This is a great program for older students as well as adults that touch on a facet of topics such as biology, governmental policy, history and cultural heritage. A truly interdisciplinary approach to why we are fortunate enough to enjoy some raptor species such as the Peregrine Falcon. Included will be hands-on equipment making and demonstrations as well as a couple of live raptors to demonstrate training in action. NOTE: For Navajo children, there will be NO owls used.
Best for 14-year-olds and older. Parents/adults welcome!
Limited to 10 people so sign up soon! Michele@raptorfalconrycenter.org