Raptor rehabilitation center opens doors to public

People interested in how rescuers work with injured birds of prey can get a look at the process at a facility in West Michigan. The Braveheart Raptor Rehabilitation Center in Twin Lake is holding an open house Thursday, June 9, from 1-4 p.m. Admission is free to the public, according to the center's website. Visitors will be able to see birds that aren't releasable because of their condition or injuries. They include an adult bald eagle, a great horned owl, a barred owl and an American kestrel.
AP Wire
Jun 1, 2011



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