See 'Raptors of Stillman Nature Center' at Lords Park Zoo
Mark Spreyer, executive director of Stillman Nature Center, is back in Elgin again! The Friends of Lords Park Zoo will welcome "Raptors of Stillman Nature Center" at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 16, at the zoo, 1325 Hiawatha Drive in Elgin.
He will be bringing his amazing birds of prey with him. Witness the majesty of Stillman Nature Center's rescued owls and hawks up close, and get the chance to talk with the experts about the incredible adaptations of nature's perfect hunter.
This is a free program; no registration is required.
The Stillman Nature Center is a private, nonprofit center for environmental education located on 80 acres of woods, lake and prairie in South Barrington. Not only does Stillman have a variety of habitats which offer food, cover and nesting sites for wild animals, it is also home to a number of birds of prey. These birds are not able to be released into the wild and are housed at Stillman. They are used for educational programs and can be seen by the public when Stillman is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays. To learn more, visit stillmannc.org.