“Falconry” with Peter Kipp will featured at Thursdays at the Library, Aug. 2 at 7 p.m. in the Meeting Room of the Macon County Public Library.
Falco Peregrinus Anatum, an American subspecies were on the brink of extinction in 1970 with only 30 known pairs known in the wild. Their recovery is one of the greatest of an endangered species with an estimated four thousand in the wild today.
Licensed master falconer Peter Kipp and his two peregrine falcons, Seymour and Zelda Suri for a fun and informative program. Kipp will talk about the habits and training of peregrine falcons as well as the benefits of birds of prey to the environment.