Metro Parks visitors get birds-eye view of wildlife
Naturalist Connie Michaels, from the center in Hartville, is shown above with Sky, a red tail hawk.
Sarah Stephan, of Munroe Falls, shown below, was among the visitors who got to take a closer look at some of the birds during the event.
Another bird is shown at right as Dana Tipton, of Bath, and her son Ben are shown in the background.
— By Kathleen Folkerth
Photos: Scott Horstman
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