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Wonders Of Winter Wildlife Rescheduled at Hobbs State Park

by Becca Martin-Brown | January 14, 2022 at 1:00 a.m.
NWA Democrat-Gazette/CHARLIE KAIJO Lynn Sciumbato, operator of Morning Star Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, holds a barred owl during an annual Earth Day event, Saturday, April 27, 2019 at the Eagle Watch Nature Trail in Gentry. Local 4-H club members and other participants began by working in gardens that promote butterflies and other pollinators. The program included presentations on raptors and other wildlife by Lynn Sciumbato, operator of Morning Star Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, and moths, butterflies and other pollinators by University of Arkansas Professor Don Steinkraus.

FAQ

Wonders of Winter Wildlife

WHAT -- In addition to programs on raptors and songbirds, interactive tabletop booths will include Arkansas mammals, bald eagles and the Eight "Ates" plus Winter Wildlife Survival Strategies and the Wild Bird Cafe where you can make a treat for the birds

WHEN -- Rescheduled from this Saturday to Feb. 5 due to weather concerns

WHERE -- Hobbs State Park near Rogers

COST -- Free

INFO -- 789-5000

  photo  Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RUSSELL POWELL 6-2-04 A white eyed vireo is captured during the Great Arkansas Songbird Outing Wednesday moring at Lake Chicot.
 
 

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