Young Falcons meet hawk


Caesar Creek Park Naturalist Erin Shaw and Red-Tailed Hawk Scarlet teach the importance of conservation and Ohio’s birds to Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-grade students. Scarlet was hit by a truck and can’t fly, and now resides at Caesar Creek State Park.


Wade Hall photos

Clinton-Massie second-graders see rocks and fossils up close at Caesar Creek State Park.


Wade Hall photos

Volunteer Harry Stone discusses aquatic ecosystems with Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-graders at Caesar Creek State Park.


Wade Hall photos

Caesar Creek Park Naturalist Erin Shaw and Red-Tailed Hawk Scarlet teach the importance of conservation and Ohio’s birds to Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-grade students. Scarlet was hit by a truck and can’t fly, and now resides at Caesar Creek State Park.

Clinton-Massie second-graders see rocks and fossils up close at Caesar Creek State Park.

Volunteer Harry Stone discusses aquatic ecosystems with Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-graders at Caesar Creek State Park.

Caesar Creek Park Naturalist Erin Shaw and Red-Tailed Hawk Scarlet teach the importance of conservation and Ohio’s birds to Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-grade students. Scarlet was hit by a truck and can’t fly, and now resides at Caesar Creek State Park.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Erin-withScarlet.jpgCaesar Creek Park Naturalist Erin Shaw and Red-Tailed Hawk Scarlet teach the importance of conservation and Ohio’s birds to Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-grade students. Scarlet was hit by a truck and can’t fly, and now resides at Caesar Creek State Park. Wade Hall photos

Clinton-Massie second-graders see rocks and fossils up close at Caesar Creek State Park.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Kids-at-tray.jpgClinton-Massie second-graders see rocks and fossils up close at Caesar Creek State Park. Wade Hall photos

Volunteer Harry Stone discusses aquatic ecosystems with Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-graders at Caesar Creek State Park.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Harry-with-group.jpgVolunteer Harry Stone discusses aquatic ecosystems with Clinton-Massie Elementary School second-graders at Caesar Creek State Park. Wade Hall photos
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