Live Birds of Prey: A Bird’s Eye View: Wednesday, August 14, 2019
7:00pm – 8:30pm at the Pavilion in Grand Haven State Park
What do hawks, owls and falcons have in common? They are all strong, intriguing birds of prey, hunters and vital components to a strong ecosystem. See examples of these imposing creatures live at the Grand Haven State Park! The Friends of Grand Haven State Park and the Grand Haven State Park/Michigan Department of Natural Resources are sponsoring: Live Birds of Prey: A Bird’s Eye View, a presentation by the Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway. The Outdoor Discovery Center’s collection of live birds of prey will highlight the life history of various species including hawks, owls and falcons. Audience participants will have opportunities during the program to closely view the birds. All birds used during the presentation will be those that cannot be re- released to the wild. Hands-on artifacts including skulls, feathers, pelts, and talons will also be featured. The Live Birds of Prey program will be held at the Grand Haven State Park Pavilion, 1001 S. Harbor Dr., on Wednesday, August 14, 2019, at 7:00PM. Admission to the program is free. A Recreation Passport is required to park in Michigan state parks.
Join the Friends of Grand Haven State Park, Grand Haven State Park/Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Outdoor Discovery Center on August 14th for the unique and exciting Live Birds of Prey presentation!