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Birds of Prey Centre a national treasure

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Colin Weir, co-founder of the centre, holds a bald eagle while Morgan Kelley, a university student working at the Alberta Birds of Prey Centre, looks on.

Residents of Coaldale and area may not realize they have a national treasure right in their own backyard. That treasure is called the Alberta Birds of Prey Centre and while it is often overlooked by residents close to home, it is an internationally recognized bird sanctuary that has delighted visitors from around the world. “When business and government leaders from around the world visit Alberta,… Read More »

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Photo by Anne Sulz
Colin Weir, co-founder of the centre, holds a bald eagle while Morgan Kelley, a university student working at the Alberta Birds of Prey Centre, looks on.

Birds of Prey Centre a national treasure

Residents of Coaldale and area may not realize they have a national treasure right in their own backyard. That treasure is called the Alberta Birds… Read More »

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Editorial

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