Raptor rapture in Edmonds

    Kestrel SkyHawk of the Sarvey Wildlife Center introduces a golden eagle to the audience.

    A highlight of Saturday’s sixth annual Puget Sound Birdfest, going on through Sunday in Edmonds, was an introduction to live raptors presented by the Sarvey Wildlife Center.

    The featured activity on Sunday will be a tour of the new Willow Creek Hatchery Wildlife Habitat and Native Plant Demonstration Garden, and certified backyard wildlife habitats in Edmonds.

    Visit www.pugetsoundbirdfest.org for a complete schedule of events.

    Peregrine falcon
    Saw-whet owl
    Barn owl
    The crowd at the Frances Anderson Center Ampitheatre for the raptor presentation

    One Reply to “Raptor rapture in Edmonds”

    1. Thanks Teresa for covering Birdfest!! It was a a great weekend, and we had folks in from as far off as Berkley, CA & upper state NY just for our town’s Birdfest. The Puget Sound Birdfest in Edmonds is Eco-Tourism at it’s best. We appreciate your coverage, and great photos taken.
      My Best,
      Laura Spehar, PSBF Steering Committee Member


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