Jon Kauffman, assistant Raptor Center director for Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center, shows attendees a great horned owl during Crickfest, an event hosted by and benefiting the Penns Valley Conservation Association, held on Saturday at Coburn Park. Crickfest featured live music, a silent auction, environmental workshops, conservation exhibits, an animal petting zoo, pony rides, water bottle rockets and other attractions.
Jon Kauffman, assistant Raptor Center director for Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center, shows attendees a great horned owl during Crickfest, an event hosted by and benefiting the Penns Valley Conservation Association, held on Saturday at Coburn Park. Crickfest featured live music, a silent auction, environmental workshops, conservation exhibits, an animal petting zoo, pony rides, water bottle rockets and other attractions. Eric Smith Centre Daily Times, file
Jon Kauffman, assistant Raptor Center director for Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center, shows attendees a great horned owl during Crickfest, an event hosted by and benefiting the Penns Valley Conservation Association, held on Saturday at Coburn Park. Crickfest featured live music, a silent auction, environmental workshops, conservation exhibits, an animal petting zoo, pony rides, water bottle rockets and other attractions. Eric Smith Centre Daily Times, file

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