Friday, December 25, 2015

The (Bald) Eagles Have Landed at White Oak Pastures Workshop January 16

Sink your talons into an informative indoor/outdoor bald eagle workshop at White Oak Pastures in Bluffton, Georgia on Saturday, January 16 that’s flying high under guidance from Jim Ozier and Brad Alexander. Ozier, a retired program manager for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, has monitored bald eagles in our fair state for almost three decades. Alexander is a wildlife biologist with the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Swoop in for a 10 a.m.-noon farm tour and view these protected birds in their natural habitat. Reptiles, small mammals, fish, chickens -- whatever is handy -- are “fare” game for the regal predators. Workshop guests, however, will alight in the Pavilion for a delicious lunch before settling into the afternoon’s workshop. $55 per person. Sign up online; please choose CSA pick up as the shipping method to sidestep a ghost shipping charge. As this eagle album shows, the 75+ eagles at White Oak Pastures certainly aren’t camera shy.  

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