Breakfast Under The Branches: The Smallest Falcon
June 26 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am$7
The Smallest Falcon: Live Raptor Program
Date: Saturday, June 26, 2021
Time: 9:30 am – 11:00 am
The American Kestrel is North America’s smallest falcon, but as we all know, big things come in small packages. Learn more about this tiny predator with a naturalist from the Cable Natural History Museum. We’ll meet a live raptor and discover how we can contribute to falcon conservation.
Presenter Haley Appleman is a naturalist and Live Collections Curator at the Cable Natural History Museum. After receiving a degree in Biology and working several years in zoos, she transitioned from zookeeping to environmental education. Now she has the best of both worlds: working with animals and getting to teach people about them.
The program fee covers the cost of breakfast and the nature program.
All participants will receive the same food: one large gourmet muffin, one cup of fresh fruit, two strips of bacon, and a beverage of choice.
Arrive anytime between 9:30 and 10:00 am to pick up your breakfast.
The nature program will begin at 10:00 am at the outdoor amphitheater. The program will end by 11:00 am with some time for Questions and Answers at the end.
Feel free to stick around afterwards to hike the trails or play on the playscape!
This program will occur exclusively outdoors. Food will be served outdoors and you can enjoy it at the picnic tables or bring your own picnic blanket or camp chairs.
Registration is required and limited to allow for adequate social distancing.