Interactive discussion regarding the physical characteristics and behaviors that help raptors survive in their habitats. Depending upon the audience, presentations may include a slide show. Most presentations include use of props (feathers, pellets, etc.) and our Education Ambassadors (permanently disabled birds of prey).
- AFWA Conservation Content Standards
- Conservation and management of terrestrial and water resources are essential to sustaining fish and wildlife, the outdoor landscape, and the quality of our lives.
- Students should understand the value of our fish and wildlife resources as a public trust.
- National Science Education Standards (1996)
- Levels K-4
- Levels 5-8