Campers Take Learning to the Outdoors

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By Catalina Trivino

Campers at Mussel Creek got the chance to see birds from around the world at the "Birds of Prey" program today.

The Winged Ambassadors put on a show filled with tricks and flights..

And 12-year-old camper Tanner Dunkin, says he loved watching the birds zip around in their natural habitat.

"It was fun... it was real up close. The birds were swooping down. It was pretty cool to watch them do that."

The program is part of the Natural Resources Youth Camp.

Twenty-nine sixth graders were selected across the county to learn about wildlife, forestry and the outdoors.

 

Children in Butler County are spending the day outdoors learning about nature.




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