During the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Will, a 3-year-old red-tailed hawk. The Glen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey.


Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

During the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Ari, a barred owl. The Gelen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey.


Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

During the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Will, a 3-year-old red-tailed hawk. The Glen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey.

During the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Ari, a barred owl. The Gelen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey.

During the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Will, a 3-year-old red-tailed hawk. The Glen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Hawk1.jpgDuring the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Will, a 3-year-old red-tailed hawk. The Glen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey. Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen

During the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Ari, a barred owl. The Gelen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Owl.jpgDuring the “Hunters of the Sky” program held Wednesday at the Champaign County Library, Glen Helen Raptor Center Director Rebecca Jaramillo provided over 50 children with an up-close look at three raptors (birds of prey) – a hawk, a falcon and an owl. Jaramillo is pictured holding one of the center’s 30 avian ambassadors – Ari, a barred owl. The Gelen Helen Raptor Center in Yellow Springs aims to improve the welfare of Ohio’s raptors through educational programs and the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey. Joshua Keeran | Urbana Daily Citizen
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