Birds of Prey Show soars back to campus

Jennifer Harmon, Staff Photographer


Schoolcraft welcomed back the Birds of Prey Educational Seminar on September 28 in the Lower Level, VisTaTech Center. Striving to promote interest in native wildlife, Joe Rogers of the Wildlife Recovery Association and his wife Barb presented over 10 raptors including (but not limited to) two Peregrine Falcons, Barn, Great Horned, and Short Eared Owls. Two shows were performed, 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.

The Wildlife Recovery Association is a non-profit organization based in Shepherd, Michigan. It has been working since 1979 to provide wildlife rehabilitation and release services and promote educational awareness for the native birds of prey species of Michigan. Sponsored by The Student Activities Office, the program has been visiting Schoolcraft college for over 20 years and has engaged generations of students and staff in its live interactive programing.