Rescued birds from the rehabilitation facility Back to the Wild
Saturday, Aug. 10, was East Harbor State Park’s ninth annual Conservation Day. The event hosted many children and adults who wanted to learn about Lake Erie and the environment. Many attendees were campers from East Harbor State Park who rode their bicycles to the event. One of the main attractions at Conservation Day was the exhibit from the wildlife rehabilitation center Back to the Wild out of Castalia. Employees from Back to the Wild talked about the effects of people on the environment and an animal’s habitat. A bald eagles, a buzzard, five owls, a red tailed hawk and a kestrel were on display. Children and adults alike were fascinated by the birds.