The Falconer and his Birds of Prey - A Grange Community Program, June 6

  • Written by Brenda Vanderloop

Discover and learn the impact birds of prey play in our natural environment, Wednesday, June 6th, 6:30 p.m. at the Sammamish Valley Grange Community Program with John Prucich, The Falconer.

TheFalconerCome experience how these raptors fit into our natural world, provide a needed service to farmers and gardeners, and be inspired by these winged ambassadors. This evening’s program will be held outdoors at the Grange Garden in Woodinville. The Garden is located down the farm road at 16215 140th Place NE, Woodinville WA. With limited parking, we’re asking attendees to carpool or consider taking advantage of the spring evening and walk or bike to the Garden via the Sammamish River Trail, approximately 1/2 mile south of Wilmot Park.

This program is free, open to all ages, and families are encouraged to attend. Again, please note the location (The Grange Garden) and revised start time for this event at 6:30 p.m. To learn more about John Prucich and his birds of prey, visit:

Then, mark your calendar for Saturday, July 28th, and plan to attend the annual Grange Summer Picnic, 4 p.m. to dusk, also at the Grange Garden in Woodinville.

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