Hawks have captured our imaginations in ways that few other bird groups do. Easily seen, they push our primal poetic buttons. In this program, Dick Ashford will help us examine the natural history of these fascinating creatures, including hunting behavior, courtship, and adaptations for survival. This talk is for those who are interested in learning more about the natural world of hawks, eagles and falcons; it will NOT be an ID class. You will, however, be well prepared (and motivated) to venture afield in search of these beautiful creatures.
Questions and discussion to follow.
Cost: $5 Donation
Audience: Adults and Families
Registrations will be limited to the first 20 people who register and submit their payment.
Masks are required, social distance will be practiced, and a contract tracing questionnaire will be completed by each participant.
If you would like to bring your own lawn chair or camp chair feel free to do that. Folding chairs will be pr