LB15 Philadelphia Red-Tailed Hawks on the Benjamin Franklin ParkwayRegister for Courses
October 18 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Pamela will present her brand new program “Philadelphia Red-Tailed Hawks on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 2009 – 2019.” She will share many interesting facts about this incredible bird of prey and present the dramatic saga of a female red-tailed hawk named Mom, her four mates, and 25 offspring over the course of a 10-year period. All of this took place in Philadelphia, and began in a nest on a window ledge of the Franklin Institute Museum of Science. This story is filled with love, excitement, laughter, adventure, and heartache. Pam will share photographs and videos featuring this famous urban red-tailed hawk family.
About the instructor: Pamela Dimeler.
Pamela Dimeler is the director and founder of the Parkside Academy of Music and Dance in the Delaware County borough of Parkside, where she has spent 35 years teaching music and dance to children of all ages. She is also a photographer and nature enthusiast, and has been observing and documenting a pair of great horned owls and other wildlife since 2012. Pam’s other interests include instructing senior fitness classes at the Rocky Run YMCA and playing the Celtic harp in the Brandywine Harp Orchestra. Pam resides in Delaware County with her husband, Scott.
- October 18
10:00 am - 11:30 am
- Event Category:
- Living U
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