Learn about the secret lives of Bald Eagles at presentation this Saturday, Mar. 31

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Do you want to know more about the secret lives of Bald Eagles, or how they learn to fly?

As part of the continuation of the Burien Birdfest 2018, Kevin Ebi – who is a world famous author, photographer and citizen expert on Bald Eagles – will be doing a presentation on Bald Eagles in Burien this Saturday, March 31.

This presentation will be held at Merrill Gardens (15020 5th Ave SW, Burien, 98166) starting at 2 p.m. in the Bistro.

It is open to the public FREE of charge.

“Kevin’s images are used regularly by major calendar and greeting card lines, and by a wide range of publishers including National Geographic, National Wildlife, Smithsonian, BBC Earth, Lonely Planet and Moon travel guides, and Outdoor Photographer. His image of Halaeakala National Park was featured on commemorative U.S. postage Forever stamp to honor the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. Two of his images are printed mural-size in the Mount Rainier National Park visitor center at Sunrise. The National Geographic Society has used his images to promote tourism in the Central Cascades. A major automobile manufacturer also used one of his images in a campaign.”

– Living Wilderness

Mr. Ebi spent thousands of hours and three years doing research on a permanent resident eagle pair in Hertiage Park, Kirkland, WA. to produce this documentary.

It is being sponsored by The Environmental Science Center, Merrill Gardens and Bob Edgar.

“Please come.”

This event is occurring in celebration of the Year of the Bird.

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