WSU's Raptor Club at Colfax Library Thursday, February 21

Washington State University's Raptor Club descends upon the Colfax Library Thursday, February 21 at 3:30 p.m. with their many birds of prey. The Raptor Club shares educational information along with their amazing birds of prey for you to get an up close encounter with these awesome owls and falcons.  Everyone is invited to this free, family program sponsored by the Friends of Whitman County Library.


Pictured: Charlie, oldest red-tailed hawk on record

The WSU Raptor Club, located on the Washington State University campus in Pullman, WA, is a non-profit volunteer organization founded in 1981, whose purpose is to educate the public about the conservation of raptors. Special permits for non-releasable injured raptors allow the club to take these birds to a great variety of audiences such as libraries, schools, service organizations, etc., for educational purposes. This allows the club to spare the lives of these magnificent birds and familiarize the public with living representatives of various raptor species.

Kids, teens and adults alike will count this February 21 visit to the Colfax Library as a must-see FREE program. For details, please call the Whitman County Library toll free 877-733-3375 or visit online at the Whitman County Library website.


For more information, contact:

Sheri Miller at 509-397-4366

For a complete list of events and programs happening in all fourteen Whitman County Library branches, visit the Whitman County Library website or the library's events calendar or call the library at 397-4366 or 877-733-3375 toll-free.