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Hoo Haven's birds delight students

Published: Thursday, May 15, 2014 5:02 p.m. CDT • Updated: Thursday, May 15, 2014 5:07 p.m. CDT
Hoo Haven volunteer Karin Voy brings out a barn owl as Oregon Elementary School students react Monday afternoon. Hoo Haven was at the school to kick off the Mt. Morris and Oregon Public Library summer reading programs. Photo by Chris Johnson
Hoo Haven volunteer Lori Humphreys caries a turkey vulture into an assembly of kindergarten through sixth graders Monday afternoon. Photo by Chris Johnson
Barn owl. Photo by Chris Johnson

Oregon Elementary School students got a special treat on Monday, May 12 from some special friends of our feathered friends.

Hoo Haven volunteers brought live birds to the school to kick off the Mt. Morris and Oregon libraries’ summer reading programs “Paws to Read”— an exploration of the wonderful world of animals.

Hoo Haven is a wildlife rehabilitation and education center in Durand.

Volunteers from Hoo Haven showed the students a live barn owl and turkey vulture in addition to other birds.

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