April 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Educators from the Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield present a live encounter with one or more raptors on a bird handler’s glove. You’ll learn about the natural history of these magnificent birds, while discovering their unique physical and behavioral adaptations. We’ll discuss different raptor species and their amazing behavioral and predatory adaptations, as well as their conservation status and critical role in the environment. Space is limited, register early. Social distancing and mask-wearing required in accordance with CDC and Health Department guidelines.
All participants must:
- Read the Pequot Library COVID-19 Program/Event Attendees Waiver below.
- Complete and submit a COVID-19 self-screening checklist before attending the tour. Checklists will be e-mailed to registrants for completion.