A Trail Talk with the TRTA and The Tahoe Institute of Natural Science
Incline Village, CA – The Tahoe Basin is home to many species of raptors. Have you ever wondered about how they live, what they
eat, or where they nest? Did you know that all raptor species have multiple eyelids? Or that a primary source of protein for balk
eagles in Lake Tahoe is waterfowl in the winter? Learn everything you’ve ever wondered about and more at this Trail Talk with
Naturalist and professional birder Sarah Hockensmith from the Tahoe Institute of Natural Science.
The Tahoe Rim Trail Association (TRTA), in partnership with the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS), presents Tahoe Birds of Prey at the Incline Village Library this Thursday, June 22nd, from 6:30-7:30 PM. Naturalist and professional birder Sarah Hockensmith will give a talk covering everything you’ve wondered about common raptor species that can be found throughout the Basin. From Osprey to Eagles to Owls to Falcons, bring your curiosity and questions to this informative presentation.
This event is free and open to the public. Preregistration is required. Click here to register.
WHAT: A Trail Talk with the TRTA and The Tahoe Institute of Natural Science
WHEN: Thursday, June 22, 6:30– 7:30 PM
WHERE: Incline Village Library 845 Alder Avenue, Incline Village, NV 89451
INFORMATION: tahoerimtrail.org or (775) 298-4485