Forestry Field Day


Wind Beneath My Wings Raptor Education Center owner Angie Ford, left to right, of McCutchenville, shows a screech owl to Abby Burkett, 11, daughter of Cari Beth and Jeff Noah, Riley Barhorst, 12, and Kale Barhorst, 8, all of Jackson Center, children of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Seeing an owl was one of the many things visitors could experience at the Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day. The event was held at the Ryan and Erika Kemper Farm Sunday, Oct. 22. Visitors could also see a portable saw mill in operation, look at a bee display, meet Smokey Bear and take a hike with a naturalist.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Wind Beneath My Wings Raptor Education Center owner Angie Ford, left to right, of McCutchenville, shows a screech owl to Abby Burkett, 11, daughter of Cari Beth and Jeff Noah, Riley Barhorst, 12, and Kale Barhorst, 8, all of Jackson Center, children of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Seeing an owl was one of the many things visitors could experience at the Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day. The event was held at the Ryan and Erika Kemper Farm Sunday, Oct. 22. Visitors could also see a portable saw mill in operation, look at a bee display, meet Smokey Bear and take a hike with a naturalist.

Wind Beneath My Wings Raptor Education Center owner Angie Ford, left to right, of McCutchenville, shows a screech owl to Abby Burkett, 11, daughter of Cari Beth and Jeff Noah, Riley Barhorst, 12, and Kale Barhorst, 8, all of Jackson Center, children of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Seeing an owl was one of the many things visitors could experience at the Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day. The event was held at the Ryan and Erika Kemper Farm Sunday, Oct. 22. Visitors could also see a portable saw mill in operation, look at a bee display, meet Smokey Bear and take a hike with a naturalist.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/10/web1_SDN101317FieldDay.jpgWind Beneath My Wings Raptor Education Center owner Angie Ford, left to right, of McCutchenville, shows a screech owl to Abby Burkett, 11, daughter of Cari Beth and Jeff Noah, Riley Barhorst, 12, and Kale Barhorst, 8, all of Jackson Center, children of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Seeing an owl was one of the many things visitors could experience at the Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day. The event was held at the Ryan and Erika Kemper Farm Sunday, Oct. 22. Visitors could also see a portable saw mill in operation, look at a bee display, meet Smokey Bear and take a hike with a naturalist. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News