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Get a look at Birds of Prey this weekend

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July 25, 2007

Albany--  Famed animal expert Jim Fowler will be on hand this weekend to promote the newest addition to the Parks at Chehaw.

Fowler will present five Birds of Prey shows at Chehaw. During the showcase, guests will not only see the birds but also get educated on what makes them special.

Fowler says it'll be a show you and your family don't want to miss. Several exotic birds will fly freely around the amphitheater.

"There are only about, I'd say a handful of attractions around the United States that have a free flighted birds of prey show so this is something you can't see too many places," said Fowler."

Shows are Saturday at 11, 1 and 3 and Sunday at 1 and 3. The shows are free once you pay to get into the zoo.

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