The Environmental Resource Center’s (ERC) 4th annual Spring Science Series offers exciting and interactive presentations on scientific topics ranging from plant and animal adaptations and life histories, to unique conservation strategies.
This week of the Spring Science Series, The Peregrine Fund will use live raptors to showcase raptor adaptations, and provide information on current and past projects. This program is offered in conjunction with the ERC’s Spring Exploration Series which brings presenters from across the Northwest to all 2nd and 3rd grade classrooms in Blaine County during the school day. This program is FREE, family-friendly and open to the public! Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the natural world from visiting experts!
The Peregrine Fund, based in Boise, works worldwide to prevent raptor extinctions, protect areas of high raptor conservation value, and address landscape-level threats impacting multiple species. The organization was founded in 1970 and has traveled to the Wood River Valley to share their animals and mission many times. Curtis Evans, Education Coordinator for The Peregrine Fund, will be facilitating the presentation. He is also a raptor trainer and has been recognized by the International Association of Avian Trainers and Educators) for his work with an American Kestrel.