Raptors in our Lives & How to Find Them

Raptors in our Lives & How to Find Them
Thursday, December 1st, 2016 7 PM
All Ages – Free
Lecture Room at the Central Library
www.bellinghampubliclibrary.org

Join the Bellingham Public Library and Bud Anderson, founder of the Falcon Research Group, for a free presentation and discussion about raptors. The presentation will focus on raptors found in the Pacific Northwest and will include identifying birds of prey and how to find them, their migratory patterns and their role in our ecosystem. The Falcon Research Group (FRG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting field research, public education and raptor conservation. Bud Anderson is an internationally recognized and respected raptor expert, and leads the FRG’s efforts in public education, long-term field research projects, and projects focused on raptor breeding, migration, wintering and genetics studies both locally and internationally.

Please join Whatcom Land Trust at the Bellingham Public Library to celebrate these beautiful creatures! Come early to ensure you get a seat, as we expect this presentation to fill the available space!

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