Oakland Township Invites Families to Come Out and Experience Live Michigan Raptors

Michigan Birds of Prey

Three women each with one Michigan Bird of Prey resting on their hand

Michigan Birds of Prey

Come join Oakland Township Parks and Recreation in learning about Michigan’s birds of prey where participants will meet live raptors such as a hawk, an owl, a falcon, and even an eagle. These engaging birds will model and demonstrate their incredible survival adaptations and behaviors. Participants will have the chance to observe skulls, feel feathers, and handle other bird parts such as feet and bones. This hands-on experience is fascinating. Presented by Francie Krawcke and Michigan Avian Experience. Families 5+

Residents: $5  Non-Residents: $7

Lost Lake Nature Park Warming Shelter

846 Lost Lake Trail

Oakland, MI 48363

Friday, April 5, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Call the Oakland Township Parks and Recreation office at 248-651-7810 for more information on how to register. Registration deadline is March 29.

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