Conservancy Day: Urban Raptors Through Wildlife Photography
Event Dates
  • 10/17/2019 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Event Description

Have you wondered about the hawks, owls, and falcons that live with us in Madison and is suburban neighborhoods? Are you interested in photographing wildlife? Please join Ruth Smith as she brings us up close and personal with these amazing birds through her beautiful photography. She will discuss one of the most common raptors that we see – the red-tailed hawk, the peregrine falcons that live near the Capital building, and how to find great horned owls. She will give tips on wildlife photography and answer questions about her four year adventure into photographing the wild things around us.

RSVPs appreciated but not necessary to education@pheasantbranch.org.

Every Conservancy Day is:
Free — thanks to your donations and membership as a Friend
Open to the public
For all ages unless a specific age group is given in the program description
Diverse topics — More than 400 participants each year enjoy topics ranging from wildlife, science, resource management, natural and cultural history and current community issues

Thank you for your generous gifts and participation. You make it possible and you make it great! We welcome you to join us and help spread the word! Mark your calendars for these inspiring and special events the third Thursday of each month, from January through November.

Directions: Enter through Door 3 at the eastern end of the building. Do not enter through the main entrance.

Location
 

Kromrey Middle School Room 510 (7009 Donna Dr. Middleton)

Contact
education@pheasantbranch.org

Categories:

Kids & Family, Parks, Talk or Workshop