Hedberg Public Library
Tuesday Feb 13 6pm
Raptors of the Arctic
Golden eagle, Snowy Owl, Great Gray Owl
Adults and teens (must be 12 and older) Limited seating, first come basis
Recently we met up with Mark Koehn and Lance with Channel 3 Madison to film a segment of The Traveler highlighting our work and several of our birds at Hoo's Woods. Thank you Channel 3!
We are so excited to be part of Alliant Energy's newest graphic novel Power Chronicles: Akilah and the Power of Nature. Our barn owl “Hush” and Dianne are two of the featured characters. This novel is a STEM book for schools, with an online version and video link at [https://bit.ly/3kBdPrW](https://bit.ly/3kBdPrW) We participated in the “Pioneering Your Future in STEM” eventa hosted by UW-Platteville with 400 5th thru 8th grade girls from the region to experience hands on activities, They were able to meet and learn more about our barn owl “Hush” in person. How cool is that? This event and novel were generously sponsored by Alliant Energy, offering opportunities to learn more about STEM while having fun. Thank you Alliant for allowing us to be part of this very important and educational project and for their generous donation to assist with our rehabiliation and education efforts.
"Frankie" Turkey Vulture
Hoo's Woods, founded in 1998, is a non-profit 501 (C)(3) raptor education and rehabilitation center located near Milton, in Southern Wisconsin. Our mission is to inform and educate through the schools, scouts, community organizations, and general public regarding wildlife and habitat. We rescue and rehabilitate birds of prey.
Thank you to the following foundations and corporations for their support!
We Energies Foundation, Antonia Foundation, Vitech Int'l, Alliant Energy Foundation, Blackhawk Community Credit Union, Blackhawk Bank of Janesville, MGE Foundation, Green Bay Packers Foundation, Hang Glide Wisconsin, Partners for Wildlife, James Holland Charitable Fund, Shackelford Family Foundation, Tallgrass Prairies, Inc., American Family Insurance Colleen Frentzel Agency, Handy Art, Community Foundation of Southern Wisconsin and Marling Lumber We apologize for any ommissions.
We are dedicated to the rehabilitation, education and conservation of birds of prey. Your donation matters.