Hawks, Owls, and Eagles Coming February 22 to The Landings

Courtesy of Skidaway Audubon
Join Skidaway Audubon on Saturday, February 22, on The Landings Association’s Athletic Field (600 Landings Way South) at 1 p.m. to explore the wonderful world of raptors, as Georgia Southern University’s (GSU) Wildlife Education Center brings its fine feathered friends to The Landings. Last year’s visit was a huge success, as more than 100 residents came out to get up-close looks at majestic hawks, tiny owls, and Freedom, GSU’s bald eagle mascot. Skidaway Audubon presents this unique opportunity for residents and guests to view and learn about the many raptors that inhabit Skidaway Island. There is no fee for this family-friendly event. Cameras are permitted; however, pets and food are prohibited. The mission of Skidaway Audubon is to educate and engage residents in programs designed to protect, conserve, and enhance the island’s natural resources. Membership in Friends of Skidaway Audubon is tax-deductible and helps fund programs that raise environmental awareness within the community. Family memberships begin at just $35. To learn more about Skidaway Audubon, or to become a member of Friends of Skidaway Audubon, visit www.skidawayaudubon.org or visit the Friends of Skidaway Audubon’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/FriendsofSkidawayAudubon/). Photos By Amy Collings

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