|Amy D. demonstrates how volunteers make |
equipment for the education raptors.
|Sally M. shows how volunteers prepare food for our education raptors.|
|Beth E. and Claire P. do a short education program.|
|Beth E. and Darner the American kestrel.|
TRC hosted a training today for 65 members of the Minnesota Naturalists' Association. Our volunteers demonstrated how they are involved with every part of our programming with live raptors, including care and maintenance of our winged ambassadors.
The Minnesota Naturalists’ Association exists to advance natural and cultural resource interpretation for the purpose of fostering wise stewardship of all resources. They sponsor several naturalist training opportunities throughout the year for naturalist staff and naturalist volunteers on a variety of topics at facilities and park venues across the state.