Join us on Saturday, June 15 at noon for the Environmental Studies Center Raptor Road Show!
• Engages and educates your audience about the wonders of native birds of prey
• Appropriate for most audiences and/or venues
• Correlated to the ALCOS objectives when appropriate
• Features rehabilitated, unreleasable raptors
• Live birds of prey may include red-tailed hawk, American kestrel, screech owl, barred owl, great horned owl, Mississippi kite, and/or osprey. (Birds may vary.)
Show starts promptly so please get here early to make sure you don’t miss out! Included in general admission and free to Exploreum members. IMAX (Superpower Dogs) additional cost.
The Environmental Studies Center is a natural sciences education facility designed to provide unique learning experiences. In addition, wildlife rehabilitation plays a vital role each day at the Center. Featuring over 500 acres of rich woodlands, the Center affords teachers, students, and the general public an opportunity to experience the natural environment. Natural resources include pine and bay forests, swamps, freshwater streams, carnivorous plant bog, and a twenty-acre lake. Man-made resources include numerous nature trails, covered pavilions, and live animal exhibits. Indoor facilities include an auditorium, library, classroom containing live reptile exhibits, a saltwater aquarium, and numerous preserved specimens native to Alabama.