Osprey Hour Talk

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Thursday, February 27, 2020
7:00pm - 8:30pm
Wareham High School Auditorium
Wareham High School Auditorium
7 Viking Dr.
Wareham, MA 02571

Join the Wareham Land Trust and Mass Audubon for a presentation on “Osprey Hacking” at the Wareham High School through the support of the Wareham Environmental Club.

Hacking is a procedure developed by falconers hundreds of years ago. The technique was adopted for use in reintroduction programs because it is an effective way to raise and release birds into the wild. Participants will learn how anyone can get involved with osprey research and conservation in Wareham!

Cost: Free

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Phone: (508) 295-0211
Category: Mass Audubon, Wareham Land Trust
Hosted By: Wareham Land Trust & Mass Audubon
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An osprey flying overhead with a fish clutched in its claws
As osprey return from their winter migration to Florida, Mexico, and Central America, you may see them diving claw-first into nearby waters to catch fish. (Image: Henry Zimberlin)

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