Earth Day Celebration

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Date(s) - 04/20/2013
11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Dickinson County Nature Center



APRIL 20TH, 2013

At the Dickinson County Nature Center



11:00 AM                “Red-tail Hawk” with Christina Roelefs, Shelby County Naturalist.

Christina will share her knowledge about Redtail Hawks and have a live hawk for an up close and personal view of this incredible raptor.

1:00 PM                   “Hike the Trails” with DCCB Naturalists Charles Vigdal and Barbara Tagami

                                    Take a leisurely hike through Kenue Park as we explore and witness exciting events of spring in our natural world. Be prepared to have fun!

4:00 PM                   “Screech Owls” with Christina Roelefs, Shelby County Naturalist.

                                    These delightful little nocturnal raptors will enchant you!  Come meet Christina’s owl and learn about the habits of this owl.

                            ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN SCHEDULED FROM 1:00 – 3:00 PM                                       

2:00 PM        “Animal Talk” with Barbara Tagami


6- 8 PM at the Dickinson County Nature Center

Bring an Hors d’ oeuvres for sharing, we furnish wine and other beverages and Join us this evening as we take the time to celebrate Earth Day and reflect on what active roll each one of us can play in supporting efforts to sustain, improve and minimize the impact the we humans have on our environment and all creatures that call this world home.

7:00 PM       “The Bald Eagle Story” with Christina Roelefs, Shelby County Naturalist

This is truly a success story of how, when we do the right thing to correct the course of a negative impact on the world, we help to heal and restore the delicate natural balance.  It starts with understanding that we humans are but a single strand in the web of life and that what we do as a single species has an impact on the whole web. Christine will have her rehabbed Bald Eagle with her.

1 Comment

  1. Dale & Helen Sturgeon on April 14, 2013 at 7:23 pm

    We enjoy following the ospreys each season. Keep us posted with your e-mails. Thank you.

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