October 15 Bird Cams post on Facebook: E3 To Make His First Appearance in Public at the Lab Migration Celebration

I am so happy to see that Cornell’s  Red-tailed Hawk E3 will be out in public helping to educate us about birds of prey! Below is a post I am sharing from the Facebook Bird Cams page: (photo is also posted with the information about the Migration Celebration to be held this Saturday)

“The Cornell Lab’s annual Migration Celebration will be on Saturday, October 18, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. It’s been a tradition for the Cornell Raptor Program to bring rehabilitated birds of prey for visitors to see. Dr. John Parks, director of the Raptor Program, says that E3 is scheduled to be included this year, starting at about 12:30. He reports that E3 is doing well and is ready for the event, having grown used to being around students, other birds, car sounds, etc.. However, it will be his first appearance as an education bird, and the outing will be brief—just 30 minutes or even less if E3 tires earlier. If you’re in the Ithaca area, come join us in Sapsucker Woods on Saturday for raptors, bird walks, exhibits, and activities! http://www.birds.cornell.edu/birdday Those of you who are too far to travel can try tuning in to live broadcasts by Birders on the Ground Karel and BOGette https://new.livestream.com/karelsedlacek to see how E3 is doing.”e3raptor program

Photo provided- Dr. John Parks and ‘E3’ outside at the Cornell Raptor Facility

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