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Birds of Prey Program at Library December 23


KENT—The Kent Memorial Library’s Junior Room will present a program on Birds of Prey at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 23. Participants will learn all about bird biology, conservation, ecology and adaptations for survival through presentations about of live birds of prey and bird-related props.

Various species of live hawks and owls will accompany Sharon Audubon Center staff to demonstrate their beauty, power and connection with the natural world. Similarities and differences will be discussed and several props will also be on hand for viewing. 

Through this program, the audience will understand why raptors and their environment should continue to be protected and respected. Children of all ages are welcome to participate. Registration is appreciated, call or email ( to register, or register online.

Kent Memorial Library is located at 32 North Main St.; 860-927-3761. Visit for more information. 

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