Saturday, June 25
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.  and 1 - 3 p.m.

The Cornell Raptor Program was established in 1993 to provide Cornell 
undergraduate students and other community members an opportunity to become 
involved directly with efforts to promote the conservation of birds of prey. 
The Raptor Program has four main focuses: student and public education programs 
on raptor conservation and natural biology, participation in research endeavors 
involving raptors, captive propagation, and release of selected raptorial 
species, and rehabilitation of sick or injured raptors.

We invite you to join us for a morning or afternoon presentation (they will be 
the same) to get to know some of the ambassador raptors. You'll enjoy up-close 
looks at these beautiful birds while learning about their natural history. 
Don't forget your camera!

To register, please visit:
            Morning session:
            Afternoon session:
            (if there is not enough interest to run both presentations, only 
one will be offered. TBD.)

Please note: This program is going to be held at Montezuma Audubon Center (2295 
Route 89, Savannah, NY 13146). The location of the program (inside vs. outside) 
will be weather dependent. If it is held inside, please be prepared to wear a 
mask for the duration of the program.

  *   Fee: $10/child, $20/adult, $50/family
  *   Suitable for all ages!
  *   Space is limited and pre-paid online reservations are required.
  *   Call 315-365-3588 or email<> with questions.
Alyssa Johnson
Environmental Educator

Montezuma Audubon Center
PO Box 187
2295 State Route 89
Savannah, NY 13146
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