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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Free AZ birds of prey seminar

Sedona’s premiere hiking store “The Hike House” announces free educational seminar featuring Arizona birds of prey with Jean Rigden of Liberty Wildlife

Sedona, AZ (April 14, 2012) - The Hike House located in the Hozho gallery complex on State Route 179A in Sedona Arizona, opened its door to hikers and outdoor enthusiasts in 2010.  Owner’s Greg & Gracie Stevenson have created a store that captures the essence of the Total Hiking Experience.  “It is a journey, a journey of the mind, body and soul that elevates one understands of themselves and of the magnificence in nature that surrounds them” says Stevenson. In the ongoing process of that journey, The Hike House brings a series of lectures and educational seminars to further the hiking experience. On April 14th they will present wildlife activist Jean Rigden with the Liberty Foundation and their collection of live species of birds of prey of Arizona.
Liberty Wildlife is a wildlife rehabilitation, conservation and education foundation in Scottsdale Az.  Since 1981 Liberty Wildlife has been taking in sick and injured native and migratory wildlife with a primary goal of releasing them back to the wild. The organization specializes in birds of prey, and always has hawks, owls, falcons, and eagles in its care, along with the occasional California Condor.  The Education Program at Liberty Wildlife trains non-releasable  birds of prey into ambassadors for their species, providing education programs to schools and to community groups and events.
This free lecture will be held on the patio of The Hike House’s Energy Café.  Jean  will have a variety of falcons, hawks and owls on display.  Join Jean and The Hike House on April 14th at 11 AM for this informative seminar.

The Hike House is located at 431 State Highway 179A #B-1 at Hozho’s. Visit or call 928.282.5820
Contact: Greg Stevenson
 (DISCLOSURE: Mare is not associated with The Hike House.  This is not a paid endorsement.)

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