7th Annual Owl Moon Raptor Festival at Black Hill Regional Park on November 14

by MCS Staff

The 7th Annual Owl Moon Raptor Festival being held at Black Hill Regional Park on November 14, 2021 from noon to four PM.

The festival will feature “Adventures with Raptors” with live owls, hawks, and falcons on display, flight demonstrations, raptor programs, and food and fun activities for the whole family.

Weather and timing permitting, there could be a release of one or more rehabilitated raptors as well.

The new 2022 Owl Moon Calendar and T-shirts will be available for sale along with other items, and a raffle for raptor-themed items.

This event is free and all proceeds from sales and donations will be used to support Owl Moon’s mission to rescue and rehabilitate injured, sick and orphaned birds of prey.

Owl Moon’s Raptor Festival is then organization’s largest fundraiser of the year. Due to the pandemic, it was not held last year, but Owl Moon was able to care for over 300 birds of prey in the last year alone.

Founded in 2002, Owl Moon Raptor Center is a state and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitation center specializing in birds of prey. We have been a licensed non-profit organization since 2014. Owl Moon is located in Boyds, Maryland at the home of its primary operator, Suzanne Shoemaker, and serves Montgomery and neighboring counties.


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