Birds of Prey Taking Over the Library!

Please join us July 13th at 1:30 PM for the Eagle Bluff Learning Center’s Birds of Prey at our Summer Reading Program!  The Live Birds of Prey Program features a combination of three of four live birds-a red tailed hawk, a barred owl, an American kestrel or a turkey vulture. All of these birds have injuries which prevent them from living in the wild, so they serve their species by being ambassadors. Eagle Bluff is a private, non-profit residential environmental learning center located near Lanesboro in the beautiful bluff-country of southeast Minnesota. They believe that together we can all make a lasting difference by connecting people to the natural world through experiential learning and positive outdoor experiences.  Eagle Bluff accomplishes their mission through a variety of outdoor, hands-on and/or natural history-based programs. More information on the Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center can be found on their website at

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This project is made possible with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund (ACHF) and the People of Minnesota for Library Legacy activities.

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