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Submitted photo BOGART REHAB: Rodney Paul, owner and director of the Raptor Rehab of Central Arkansas, displayed Bogart the great horned owl Friday during National Park College's First Friday Lecture Series in the Laboratory Science Building. Paul and volunteer Tina Miller were accompanied by five birds from the facility in El Paso in White County.

Submitted photo BOGART REHAB: Rodney Paul, owner and director of the Raptor Rehab of Central Arkansas, displayed Bogart the great horned owl Friday during National Park College's First Friday Lecture Series in the Laboratory Science Building. Paul and volunteer Tina Miller were accompanied by five birds from the facility in El Paso in White County.

Five birds of prey featured at lecture

By Jay Bell
This article was published November 4, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Students, staff and members of the community were greeted by five birds of prey Friday on the National Park College campus during a presentation by representatives of the Raptor Rehab of Central Arkansas.

Submitted photo ROYAL MEETING: English faculty member Nannette Crane-Post, right, met Shaheen, a peregrine falcon, held by volunteer Tina Miller Frida...

Submitted photo HOPE TOTES: Rodney Paul and Tina Miller of the Raptor Rehab of Central Arkansas presented Hope, a red-tailed hawk, and four other bird...

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