You’re invited to a ‘Birds of Prey’ Talk at the Redwood Playhouse on November 4th

This is a press release from the Lost Coast Interpretive Association:

Live birds of prey will be featured at a free talk given by the Humboldt Wildlife Care Center on Sunday, November 4 at the Redwood Playhouse in Garberville from 3 to 5:30 p.m.. The presentation is part of Lost Coast Interpretive Association’s ongoing series of educational events. Come learn about the important work The Wildlife Care Center does, the animals they help, and what you can do.

Bird Ally X operates the Humboldt Wildlife Care Center where injured wild animals receive quality treatment with the goal of releasing them back into the wild.

Lost Coast Interpretive Association brings environmental education to the Southern Humboldt community and is a member of the King Range Alliance, in partnership with the King Range National Conservation Area. For more information visit lostcoast.org.

This event is in association with Redwood Playhouse Presents.

UPDATE: No live birds of prey will be at the talk.

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  • There was a rumor back twenty years ago about an owl that would prey on plazoids.

    It could account for some of the many missing people.

    There is an owl in Mendo where they sacrifice hippies in some grove.

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