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Master Falconer Visits Wildlife Class at ESC


Cheri Heimbach gives students a closeup view of a gyrfalcon in the classroom ... ... and in the ESC back yard A European owl obliges the photographer with a direct gaze Master Falconer Cheri Heimbach, of Lewisburg, visited forestry instructor Jack E. Fisher’s Wildlife Management class in the School of Natural Resources Management on Tuesday. She displayed a gyrfalcon, Harris’s Hawk and a European owl during her classroom visit, and provided some flight demonstrations outside the Schneebeli Earth Science Center.
Photos by Erich R. Doebler, laboratory assistant for forest technology

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