Arnold, Missouri… The World Bird Sanctuary will present its amazing “Wings Over Water” program featuring a live eagle, vulture, owl and a falcon in a fascinating birds of prey demonstration on Friday, October 9, at 6 p.m. at the Arnold Recreation Center, 1695 Missouri State Road, in Arnold, 63010.
Sponsored by the Arnold Parks and Recreation Department and Missouri American Water Company, this exciting display of live birds in action will allow up close and personal views of the birds allowing people to literally “feel the wind beneath their wings.”
“This is one of the most interesting and popular programs from the World Bird Sanctuary, and helps people better understand the importance of protecting our birds of prey, their habitat and Missouri’s water resources,” said Susie Boone, Arnold Director of Parks and Recreation.
Cost to attend “Wings Over Water” is $5 per person including light refreshments. Call 636-282-2380 to register or for more information.
“Wings Over Water” is one of many programs offered to Arnold residents and the public by the Arnold Parks and Recreation Department at the Arnold Recreation Center. See the website www.arnoldmo.org and navigate to the Parks and Recreation Department pages for more information.
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