Have you ever wondered what it's like to work with raptors, the magnificent top-of-the-food-chain rulers of the skies?
Have you ever wondered what it's like to work with raptors, the magnificent top-of-the-food-chain rulers of the skies? Join Lynda White 10 a.m. ET March 23 at the visitors center of the St. Joseph Bay Buffer Preserve for a fun and informative presentation featuring birds of prey ranging from the iconic Bald Eagle to hawks and falcons and the mysterious owls that inhabit Florida.
“One of our goals at the Buffer Preserve has been to offer interesting programs for the public,” said Dylan Shoemaker, the manager of the preserve. “Working with the Gulf County Tourist Development Council’s Winter Fun Series has been a fantastic opportunity for the public to be engaged. Lynda has graciously presented programs over the past years and we are so appreciative for her help. Her knowledge and experience astounds us all and we always learn something new ourselves from her presentations.”
You can reach the Buffer Preserve at 850-229-1787 for more information. The visitor center is located at 3915 State Road 30A, Port St. Joe.