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A few feathered friends landed at Discovery School last week to give students a unique lesson about animal survival.
Jaimie White, a wild wings educator with the Carolina Raptor Center in Charlotte, brought in five raptors, or birds of prey, on April 4. They included a hawk, a falcon and three different species of owl.
There were plenty of “oohs” and “aahs” as White let each bird out of its cage. Raptors have sharp talons for grasping prey, and White held each bird with a heavy leather glove to protect her skin.
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