Several birds of prey landed at Pahrump Great Basin College this fall.
The Red Rock Audubon Society, the Southern Nevada chapter of the national group, hosted a public meeting at Great Basin in Pahrump on Sept. 24. As part of that meeting, guest speaker Martin Tyner, a wildlife rehabilitator, stopped by with a few raptors or birds of prey.
The three birds on display included a golden eagle known as Scout. Tyner also brought two other falcons with him to display.
Tyner is a wildlife rehabilitator from the Southwest Wildlife Foundation in Cedar City, Utah.
For more information on the local Audubon Society, head to redrockaudubon.com
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