Raptors: Beaks & Talons
A hawk, falcon, and owl from Schlitz Audubon’s Raptor Program highlight the tools raptors use to be successful predators of the sky. Students are encouraged to compare and contrast between species to discover the unique adaptations of each family. Live birds provide a memorable beak-to-nose experience, and artifacts allow for additional hands-on interpretation and exploration. The Raptor Educator facilitating the experience can tailor the program to focus on a theme of adaptations, habitats, feathers, flight, or a topic specific to your classroom.
A free-flight component is available for an additional fee of $50 from mid-April to mid-November.
Length: 1 hour
Fee: $275 per program (Free-flight component available for additional fee)
Minimum fee: $275
Number of student limit: 90