Group brings up-close experience with raptors to Henderson County school kids

Hendersonville Times-News reports:

Squeals of delight could be heard in a fourth-grade classroom at Dana Elementary as a falcon flew from one end of the room to the other.

Students got an up-close look at the falcon and several owls as they learned about birds of prey during a presentation Friday by Save Our American Raptors, a group out of Georgia. S.O.A.R. presents about 350 programs a year across the country at schools, national and state parks and for other organizations, said Dale Kernahan, one of the S.O.A.R. presenters.

Friday’s program was arranged by Wild South, an Asheville nonprofit grassroots organization…

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