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Relishing raptors

Cynthia Daily from Discovery Bay Raptor, holding Belle, a red-tailed hawk from Sequim.  - Photo by Joan Hermanson
Cynthia Daily from Discovery Bay Raptor, holding Belle, a red-tailed hawk from Sequim.
— image credit: Photo by Joan Hermanson

Sunshine, raptors and lots of visitors with cameras made for an educational Saturday at Wild Birds Unlimited east of Sequim.

Raptors from Northwest Raptor and Wildlife Center in Sequim and Discovery Bay Raptor Rehabilitation and Education in Port Townsend were, for the most part, well behaved.

A red-tailed hawk, a peregrine falcon, a barred owl, a screech owl and a saw-whet owl wowed people of all ages who crowded around to view and learn from the team of volunteers.

 

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