Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey         February 7, 6:00        Large Community Room

Wildlife educator Brian Robinson and his “Birds of Prey” show will be at the Greenville Library for a demonstration for all ages. This will be an opportunity to see amazing animals up close and learn how they live. Feeding behaviors will be discussed and demonstrated. A variety of birds will be included in the program.  Each one of the birds has its own unique adaptations for survival. Learn about the importance of these birds in the balance of nature, and how man has helped to restore endangered species such as the peregrine falcon. There will be a flight demonstration with either a hawk or an owl. Mr. Robinson also discusses the importance of these birds in the balance of nature, and how man has helped to restore endangered species such as the peregrine falcon.  He’ll walk through the audience with the birds so that everyone can get a close look and feel the wind from their wings.