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Thornton Water Festival Raptorizes The Water Cycle

Continued from News Page: REF’s Barred Owl, whose habitat provides for an amphibian diet illustrates the diversity of creatures that rely on adequate and clean water supplies. Each presentation finished with the students meeting the eagle that Americans rarely see and know little about, the golden eagle. Students were introduced  to the differences  between  America’s two eagles.  Our 30 year old female’s six foot wing span takes everyone’s breath away every time.  That’s why we always say, their faces tell our story!


Photo by Shelley Doris


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