A naturalist from Robinson Wildlife will offer a series of free wildlife presentations at Taconic State Park in 2016, on June 25, July 23 and August 18, featuring birds of prey, and reptiles. Live raptors and and owl, plus various reptiles. Each bird has its own unique adaptations for survival, as do the reptiles, and we discuss their importance in the balance of nature, and with the birds, how man has helped to restore endangered species such as the peregrine falcon. A flight demonstration is given with either a hawk or an owl; there is the opportunity (usually a favorite of young attendees) to hold some of the visiting snakes.
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