We went on a sunny summer day with our 10 and 12 year old boys. There were 3 distinct areas in the exhibit. We began walking around the area with all the birds of prey such as vultures, eagles, hawks, kites. The guide was very passionate about the animals and I ended up leaving that area with much more respect for vultures. Old World vultures and eagles are very similar. There was a discussion on which birds are raptors. We learned about the threats to these birds and their means of hunting. We then went to the Owl area and saw what seemed to be 20 different kinds of owls. There was a flying demonstration of an owl. Afterwards there was a flight demonstration of some of the other different birds in a huge grassy area. The center was clean and the staff were all great. Very pleased with this attraction about a 1/2 hour north of Charleston.
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