• Raptors, rabbits, and snakes visit the library
By Megan May, Intern

Center for Wildlife Education at Georgia Southern worker Amanda Wonn shows off a snake to library goers. Photo by Megan May.

The Georgia Southern Center of Wildlife Education, also known as the Raptor Center, presented a show featuring birds of prey and other wildlife animals for the local children at the Thomson-McDuffie Library on Wednesday. The show was part of the library's summer reading program “Dig into Reading” that promotes reading and learning during the children's summer break. The show featured four birds of prey including the falcon, hawk, screech owl, and gray horned owl along with other wild animals such as the King snake and Madagascar hissing cockroach.
The young children's excitement could not be contained as the wild animals were released from their boxes one by one.

To read more on this story, see the Sun., June 9, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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