The Northern Illinois Raptor Rehab and Education Center presents a live bird educational program along with a number of tabletop displays at the Princeton Public Library on Saturday, October 21, from 2 to 3 p.m. The center is bringing 10 live birds of prey to the library, including owls and hawks. Learn about raptors, their homes and the important role raptors play in our environment.
The program is one hour with time to visit the displays after the program. Northern Illinois Raptor Rehab & Education, located in northern Illinois, just 10 miles from the Wisconsin border in Loves Park, is a non-profit, volunteer-run, Federal & State licensed organization dedicated to rehabilitation of injured, sick and orphaned birds of prey with the goal of returning healthy birds back to the wild, and promote s education and understanding of raptors, their natural history, and habitat.