Birds of prey flock to Omer library

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Chirps the great horned owl poses for a photo.
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Andrew and Brody Williams, 5 and 3 of Twining, look at a hawk during the program.
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Joe Rogers shows the crowd a turkey vulture.
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Leanna and Natasha Wayno, 12 and 14 of Twining, get a closeup look at a great horned owl.
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Carter Stevenson of Edmonton, Canada, 4, pets a chicken that looks similar to a baby vulture.
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Joanne Williams shows the crowd a hawk named Misty.
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Sarah Davis of Omer snaps a photo of an Eastern screeching owl.
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Children sit on the floor and check out the various animals brought to the library.
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Ivy Kokoszka holds a python while Keria Steward, 5, of Omer, pets it before the show.
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Joe Rogers holds a carrier pigeon while Hailey and Emma Whitehead of Omer pet it before the show.

The weekly Fizz, Boom, Read program kicked off in Arenac County July 2 at the Omer Little Eagle's Nest Library when Joe Rogers and Joanne Williams of the Wildlife Recovery Association visiting, bringing several animals, mostly birds with them. Rogers and Williams brought a pigeon, a snake, owls, a hawk and a vulture to the library, giving children an up close look at the animals they have rescued over the years.


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