Volunteer to Save the Hawks Habitat

. May 1, 2016.
Falcon

The ‘circle of life’ or ‘the butterfly effect’, are several ways to describe the interconnectivity of nature. The Legacy Land Conservancy explores the deep connection between two seemingly totally separate points on the food chain during the Garlic Mustard Pull and Falcon Presentation at the Sharon Hills Preserve. Invasive species, like the garlic mustard plant, are reducing the habitat for animals needed by falcons and hawks to survive. Volunteers will spend time pulling the garlic mustard plant, and end the session with a presentation from falconer Cynthia Avery and her Harris Hawk, Forest. Volunteers should dress for the weather and to be active, and bring a water bottle. 

 

Saturday, May 14, 1-5pm
Sharon Hills Preserve | Sharon Hollow Rd., Sharon
734-302-5263 | legacylandconservancy.org | Free

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