Thursday, July 30, 2009

The Raptor Project

Looking for something different to do this summer?

Come join us for the first in our Birds in Concert series for 2009. IT'S FREE!!

On Thursday, August 6, we kick off our Birds in Concert series with our own talented Raptor Project.

They will perform old favorites, such as "Don't Be a DoDo" and "A Turkey Named Fred". These are only two of the songs featured on their popular children's CD, "Save The Future".

The children in the audience become part of the act when they are invited to join the DoDo Bird on stage or decide to do an impromptu dance.

Some of the songs are accompanied by the silent
flight of our birds, who swoop over the heads of the audience.

Be sure to mark your calendars for Thursday, August 6. Bring your lawn chairs if you like. Performances begin at 7:30 p.m.

For the safety of our guests and our birds, we ask that you bring no pets please.


Jane said...

How early can we get there? Can we bring food & have a picnic ahead of time?

Photog said...

Even though our gates "officially" close at 5:00 p.m., we reopen them early on "Birds in Concert" night. If you come REALLY early and the gates are not reopened yet, you have the option of having your picnic in Lone Elk Park just a few hundred feet down the road. There are picnic tables there also, and you may be visited by the resident deer and elk.