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Saturday, May 15, 2010
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

International Migratory Bird Day Celebration

You are invited to bring your friends and family to the second annual International Migratory Bird Day Celebration at the Education Center of the Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland in Aurora Ohio. The event is Saturday May 15 from1-5 pm. Directions can be found at www.clevelandaudubon.org. Our special guest is Back to the Wild , an avian rehabilitation center in Castalia Ohio. Mona Rutger, who runs the establishment, was the Animal Planet's Hero of the Year in 2006. She will be bringing over 15 of her feathered charges for you to meet. In addition, there will be a tent with free children's activities, free hot dogs, and the opportunity to take a hike on the Novak Sanctuary. Please come. Rain or Shine. Free and open to the public. You are invited to bring your friends and family to the second annual International Migratory Bird Day Celebration at the Education Center of the Audubon Society of Greater Cleveland in Aurora Ohio. The event is Saturday May 15 from1-5 pm. Directions can be found at www.clevelandaudubon.org. Our special guest is Back to the Wild , an avian rehabilitation center in Castalia Ohio. Mona Rutger, who runs the establishment, was the Animal Planet's Hero of the Year in 2006. She will be bringing over 15 of her feathered charges for you to meet. In addition, there will be a tent with free children's activities, free hot dogs, and the opportunity to take a hike on the Novak Sanctuary. Please come. Rain or Shine. Free and open to the public.

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