Education Programs

Scottish Festival
Scottish Festival

We appear each year at the Columbus Scottish Festival. We love the opportunity to meet people of all ages!

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Wings Over Muscatatuck
Wings Over Muscatatuck

Richard Blackman and Eric talk to a group at Wings Over Muscatatuck in Seymour, IN.

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Richard and Shelly
Richard and Shelly

Richard explains about Box Turtles to visitors at the Maple Syrup Festival.

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Outdoor Education Program
Outdoor Education Program

Kathy and Rascal teach the students of St. Peter's about nocturnal animals. St. Peter's has a 2 day outdoor education program each year at Camp Happy Hollow in Brown Co.

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Kathy and Obie
Kathy and Obie

Kathy and Obie between crowds at the Columbus Scottish Festival.

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Kathy and Katie
Kathy and Katie

Kathy and Katie, the red-tailed hawk spend the day at Kidscommons Children's Museum in Columbus, IN.

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Richard and Roswell
Richard and Roswell

Richard shows Roswell to visitors at Wings Over Muscatatuck.

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Indiana State Museum
Indiana State Museum

Richard introduces Kiki, the kestrel in the Naturalist Lab at the Indiana State Museum.

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Richard and Garek
Richard and Garek

Richard and Garek at the Scottish Festival.

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Kathy and Obie
Kathy and Obie

Kathy and Obie at a meeting of the "Lets Grow" Garden Club.

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Scottish Festival
Scottish Festival

Not sure, but looks like Kathy is describing the incredible distance vision of raptors.

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Wings Over Muscatuck
Wings Over Muscatuck

A beautiful day to hang out with Kiki the kestrel at Muscatatuck.

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Richard Blackman and Katie
Richard Blackman and Katie

Katie is an 11 year old Red Tailed Hawk who was our first educational bird. She is exceptionally well behaved in all situations.

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Utopia Booth
Utopia Booth

Our Booth at Wings Over Muscatatuck

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Richard and Garek
Richard and Garek

Richard and Garek have a quiet moment.

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Richard and Eric
Richard and Eric

We love people's reaction to the birds. Almost always, the first reaction to the Screech owl is "AAWWWWW! He's so cute! Is it a baby?...Nope, it's full-grown and fierce!

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