Birds of Prey Journey to Milwaukee for the Great Lakes Pet Expo

Are you among those who think hawks, owls, and other birds of prey belong in the wild?  The Schlitz Audubon Nature Center located in Milwaukee County would agree with you!

Dori, a northern saw-whet owl from the Schiltz Audabon Nature Center located in Waukesha County, WisconsinBut what happens when rambunctious raptors are injured, sick, and unable to survive in the wild? Join the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center and the birds of prey Saturday, February 4, 2017 on the main stage at the Great Lakes Pet Expo.
Get up close and personal with Skywalker,  a Red Tail Hawk, and hear how he found recovery and hope at the Center. Bald eagles, owls, and other feathered ambassadors will set the scene for discovery and hope as the audience hears tails of how these raptors survive and thrive at the Center. This is as close to these raptors as you’ll ever get so don’t miss this show! For more info on the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, visit

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