It’s hard to believe that a golden eagle, with a six-foot wingspan, could have anything in common with a fast moving, four-inch hummingbird. All birds, even those as different as a golden eagle and a hummingbird, share some common traits, such as feathers, wings, laying eggs and being warm-blooded. However, there are certain characteristics that set the group of birds called raptors apart from other birds. In this program, students will learn all there is to know about raptors, specifically the raptors that call Manitoba home and are helped by PWRC. Not only are raptors very fascinating animals, but they are very important to our environment and many different ecosystems. Our wildlife ambassadors will also be present, so everyone can see up close their special adaptations.
We will get in contact with you to finalize the dates. If you would like to get in contact with us please use:
Education Program Coordinator
Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
Phone: (204) 806-8890
An invoice will be sent once the registration has been confirmed. Payment due on or before presentation date.