Martin Tyner- Eagle Man/"Healer of Angels": Founder and CEO of Enoch Wildlife Rescue in Utah (d/b/a Southwest Wildlife Foundation)
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Pitkin County Library-Dunaway Community Meeting Room, 120 North Mill Street, Aspen, CO 81611
Martin Tyner-Eagle Man/"Healer of Angels", Founder and CEO of Enoch Rescue Wildlife Rescue (d/b/a Southwest Wildlife Foundation) in Utah will present an Education Program on Birds of Prey of the West & the Preservation of Wildlife and the Environment
Martin Tyner is a federally licensed Master Falconer, eagle falconer, wildlife rescuer/rehabilitator, wildlife propagator, and wildlife and environmental educator. This informative event is being presented in cooperation and partnership with the Pitkin County Library, Aspen, CO.
Martin, who has been providing wildlife and environmental educational presentations throughout the western United States to schools, scouts and community groups for over 50 years, will present a 2-hour program on October 8, 2022 at the Pitkin County Library in Aspen, CO on Birds of Prey of the West and the Preservation of Wildlife and the Environment. He will be accompanied by his wife Susan, his wild Golden Eagle, "Scout," and two other "Ambassador" birds of prey; a Harris Hawk and Peregrine Falcon.
Join Martin Tyner to experience a little "flavor" of John Denver's former Windstar Choices for the Future Symposiums in this notable, educational event. Learn "What One Man Can Do" to make a positive difference in the world.. and discover what YOU can do as well, to support the invaluable work of the Southwest Wildlife Foundation/Enoch Rescue"
EVENT IS FREE. GENERAL ADMISSION. LIMITED TO 120 PARTICIPANTS
Doors open at: 12:45 p.m.
For information on this event, contact Val Cooper at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Pitkin County Library at 970-429-1900.
To learn more about Martin Tyner and the Enoch Wildlife Rescue (d/b/a Southwest Wildlife Foundation), visit his website at: www.gowildlife.org