Red Rock Visitors Center
Arizona’s Birds of Prey & Other Creatures
Have you always wanted to learn more about Peregrine Falcons or the Great Horned Owls? How about other birds of prey? Would you like to see one up close? Well, if you are going to be visiting Sedona, Arizona on March 10th, 2012, you will have the opportunity to do just that!
The Red Rock Ranger District and Arizona Natural History Association invite the community and visitors alike to come meet Arizona’s birds of prey and wildlife creatures Saturday March 10th, from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Come see these rescued creatures and listen to their stories from their caretakers. Special guests include: a Great Horned Owl, Turkey Vulture, Peregrine Falcon, Red Tailed Hawk, Ringtail, Gila monster, skunks, and native snakes! This presentation is courtesy of the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Adobe Mountain Wildlife Center.
The Red Rock Visitor Office is located at 8375 State Route 179, approximately 7 miles south of Sedona and one mile south of the Village of Oak Creek. No reservations are necessary. To learn more about the Red Rock Visitors Center or other events taking place there please visit Red Rock Country or contact Candice Mark or Genny Riner at the Red Rock Visitor Contact Office, 928-203-2900 for information.