Birds of prey is topic of talk
Oregon is home to a variety of raptors, from the diminutive sharp-shinned hawk to our nation's symbol, the American bald eagle.
Some of these birds of prey are migratory, while many live here year-round and can be seen hunting along rivers, roadside posts and fields, according to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Thinking people would like to know more about these birds of prey, Art Henderson has invited Marilyn Ellis to share information about raptors of the Northwest during the Learning and Technology session taking place from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Monday, May 20. Marilyn is a certified interpretive guide and has spent more than 25 years teaching about and advocating for wildlife. All are welcome to attend the free information session, as they are each week.
Art does a great job lining up interesting speakers each week. Make it a habit to attend the Monday morning Learning and Technology sessions.
The lunch menu this week features chicken and veggie kabobs on Friday, May 17; teriyaki beef on Monday, May 20 and Carolina pulled pork on Wednesday, May 22. Cost is a suggested donation of $4 for those 60 and over and $5 for everyone else.
The LOACC is located at 505 G Ave., Lake Oswego, 97034. A list of activities and support groups can be found on our website, loacc.info, using the menu found on the left side of the website, click on "Activities" and "Services" for more details.
Call 503-635-3758 to register for classes, events, make lunch reservations or schedule a massage.
Maria Bigelow is a program supervisor for Lake Oswego Adult Community Center.
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