Oftentimes when we’re observing raptors, they are tiny specks a thousand feet overhead. If we’re lucky, we see them perched in a tree or on a light post. This month, we have the opportunity to see Braddock Bay Raptor Research’s educational raptors up close. These ambassador birds are unable to be released into the wild due to past injuries, but they do a fantastic job teaching eager audiences how awesome raptors are. If the weather is fine, we’ll take a short walk through Mendon Ponds Park after our close encounter of the raptor kind.
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