Thursday, March 10, 2011

Another successful Klondike Days & see us again this weekend!

REGI has been bringing birds to Klondike Days for many years. It is one of the highlights of the year. As educators we thrive on sharing our love of birds. There is no better way to spend the day than talking with hundreds of people about the birds that we have out on the glove.
Photo above: Karissa Mohr and Molly McKay talk with a group of Klondike Days attendees about our Peregrine Falcon, Ishmael, and Barred Owl, Malcolm. (Photo credit: Kristi Mohr)
Photo above: Karissa tells a group of children about how an owls feathers aid in their silent flight while holding Great-horned Owl, Fonzy.
Photo above: Molly McKay with Peregrine Falcon, Ishmael. (Photo credit: Kristi Mohr)

We spent both Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am-4:00pm sharing our birds with a public. When we ended each day we were exhausted, hoarse from talking, and completely happy. Saturday Steve and Evelyn Fisher started off the weekend and Karissa Mohr and I spent Sunday presenting and wrapped up the weekend.
Photo above: Molly McKay shares information about Rough-legged Hawk, Atka, while Saw-whet Owl, Lil' Bit, peeks out from his stump. (Photo credit: Kristi Mohr)
Photo above: Karissa Mohr with Great-horned Owl, Fonzy. (Photo credit: Kristi Mohr)

If you missed the chance to see us at Klondike Days, we have another program just around the corner! Karissa Mohr and I will be presenting at the Science Extravaganza at SPASH in Stevens Point this Saturday. The science extravaganza is a student driven science fair with science activities, demonstrations and lots of fun. (I know how much fun this event is from attending with my own son while living in Stevens Point!) Follow this link to to Stevens Point Journal article about the upcoming event.

So come see us!

Science Extravaganza
Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH)
1201 Northpoint Drive
Stevens Point, WI

REGI Program 1-2pm on the main stage

Event goes from 10am-2:30pm

Admission is $3

We hope to see you soon!

Molly McKay
Environmental Education Coordinator

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