Part of the Elk Rapids Rotary Community Speaker Series
At The HERTH in Elk Rapids recently, Skegemog Raptor Center director James Manley (with a beard) led a presentationon Michigan raptors, explaining the various types seen in the state. Later, volunteers brought out Krestel Teah, Broad-Wing Hawk Ester, and Red-Tail Hawk Pearl to explain their injuries (all due to car hits) and rehabilitation.  The audience was then invited to examine examples of raptor wings, feet, and bones.  Thank you Mr. Manley for your outstanding and well-attended presentation.
Extra special thanks go out to Elk Rapids Rotarian and bon homme Tom Vranich for scheduling this excellent event and taking photos.