See Birds of Prey at West Virginia State Parks This summer
The Wings of Wonder – Birds of Prey program by the Three River Avian Center (TRAC) continues to attract visitors to West Virginia’s state parks and forests.
“Birds of prey such as owls, hawks and eagles are creatures you commonly see in the sky soaring, but rarely up close,” said Luke Stevens, summer naturalist at Pipestem Resort State Park.
“The Three Rivers Avian Center provides an educational aspect and the opportunity to see the raptors up close.”
Three Rivers Avian Center programs are free of charge to attend. The program lasts about one hour and includes a question and answer session and discussion.
The TRAC schedule for the remainder of the 2012 summer season at state parks and forests includes:
- July 20, 2012 Pipestem Resort amphitheater at 7:00 PM
- July 21, 2012 Watoga State Park, 3:00 PM
- July 27, 2012 Bluestone State Park, 3:00 PM
- July 27, 2012 Twin Falls State Park, 7:00 PM
- August 03, 2012 Cedar Creek State Park, 7:00 PM
- August 10, 2012 Greenbrier State Forest, 7:00 PM
- August 11, 2012 North Bend State Park, 7:00 PM
- August 12, 2012 Blennerhassett Island State Park, 1:00 PM
- August 25, 2012 Tomlinson Run State Park, 1:00 PM
- September 22, 2012 Cacapon Resort State Park, 7v PM
To learn more about West Virginia state parks and state forests and events, visit www.wvstateparks.com.
For more about TRAC, visit www.tracwv.org.