Come see a presentation by Kathleen Regan of Mass Audobon on Massachusetts birds of prey, including live birds up close. This program is jointly sponsored by HALT and the Hopkinton Public Library.
Space is limited – sign up at the library is required!. You can also sign up online on the library’s calendar page for Jan. 25.
Find out why hawks, owls, eagles, osprey and falcons are considered birds of prey, and discover their diversity while meeting live birds of prey native to Massachusetts. We’ll share some tips to help you see these birds more often where you live. There are many more out there than you might think!
Kathleen Regan is a naturalist at heart and a Hopkinton resident since 1992. She began outdoor exploration as a young child in upstate New York and has hiked and explored many areas around the world. She has a BS in Biology from SUNY Albany and a MS in Ecological Teaching and Learning from Lesley University. She has been a Teacher Naturalist with Mass Audubon since 2007, working for Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary in Natick until 2017 and currently for the Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton.