how much traffic is going to my site Raptor Rehabilitator Julie Anne Collier's Visit to Perrot

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Licensed Raptor Rehabilitator Julie Anne Collier, of Springfield, Massachusetts, visited with Stuff and Nonsense and Spotlight program participants on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005. She brought five of her birds with her. Kids learned about the birds' physical characteristics, rescue stories, and personal quirks (the falcon likes to watch TV!).

The first bird Ms. Collier showed was a falcon, who lives in her house, and who she described as very spoiled.

Ms. Collier traded another bird for this Harris Hawk, which is native to the Southwest United States.

This magnificent bird, whose name is Lakota, is a Golden Eagle.

Lakota was shot as a baby, and is missing part of her right wing, as you can see in this picture.

This tiny Saw-Whet Owl weighs only 3 ounces!

This is a Barred Owl. It may look big, but it weighs only one pound!

The owl likes to be petted. Ms. Collier said that owls are mostly feathers.

Take a look at Ms. Collier's website, wingmasters.net. It features detailed information about all kinds of raptors, and you can also purchase prints of Ms. Collier's amazing art.

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