Location: World Center for Birds of Prey
Intro to Raptors emphasizing Wildlife Conservation
Join your home school community in learning about birds of prey with The Peregrine Fund. During each event, lessons will incorporate the Life Sciences, with special emphases on Adaptations, Habitat, and Wildlife Conservation. The Peregrine Fund is a global leader in raptor conservation. We will explore exciting case studies, including the successful recovery of the Peregrine Falcon and our ongoing efforts to save the critically endangered California Condor. Live birds of prey will be featured in each session.
2016-2017 Dates: Sept 21, Nov 9, Jan 11, Feb 21, & March 15
Morning session 10:30-12, Interpretive Center open house 12-1.
Afternoon session 1:30-3, Interpretive Center open house 3-4.
Cost $3 per child. Members and children under 4 admitted free.
Group size limited
Pre-registration required; register by contacting Curtis Evans at CEvans@peregrinefund.org or 208-362-8260.
Location: The World Center for Birds of Prey
Join the World Center for Birds of Prey to work on your badges by learning about the adaptations and habitats of birds of prey. Scout-specific scavenger hunts will be available for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Cub Scouts. Scouts and leaders in uniform will receive a $3 admission rate. Regular admission rates apply to non-uniformed attendees. Information: 362-8260 or CEvans@peregrinefund.org
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The Velma Morrison Interpretive Center has a regular daily schedule of live bird demonstrations to help you plan your visit.You also can join public tours of The Archives of Falconry twice daily. All tours begin in the visitor center.
From I-84, take the Cole Road exit and continue south on Cole Road for 6 miles to Flying Hawk Lane.