The public is invited to join Anoka-Ramsey Community College faculty, staff and students as master falconer Andrew Weaver presents at the college’s 27th Annual Science Night:
Peregrine Falcon – The Fastest Member of the Animal Kingdom
Tuesday, Feb, 25, 2014
7 to 8 p.m.
Cambridge Campus Rm G202
Free and open to the public
Weaver, a Biology, AP Biology and Field Biology in the Stillwater Area Schools (SAHS) since 1990, is a master licensed falconer. He has worked on peregrine falcon restoration in Minnesota since 2002, and heads the Falcon Project at SAHS. He holds permits in Stillwater for raptor propagation, radio telemetry of wildlife, and scientific collections. On Feb. 25th, He will talk about the history of the peregrine falcon population in the US and a dash of falconry, the sport of kings. Weaver plans on bringing a falcon to the presentation.
For more information about this and other public events at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, visit AnokaRamsey.edu.
Master falconer, Andrew Weaver is the guest speakers at Anoka-Ramsey Community College’s 27th Annual Science Night, Feb. 25, 7 p.m. at the Cambridge Campus. The event is free and open to the public.