Downtown raptor center may relocate to D&SNG Museum

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Downtown raptor center may relocate to D&SNG Museum

Nonprofit also may return to fairgrounds with shows if COVID-19 allows
Jay Jeter holds his daughter, Leslie, 18 months, while she pets Spooky, a Eurasian eagle-owl, on Friday, as Mike Fauteaux, executive director of Raptors Wild, looks on at his downtown location at 563 Main Ave. Raptors Wild may relocate to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum next year and resume raptor shows at the La Plata County Fairgrounds.
Mike Fauteaux, executive director of Raptors Wild, will close his small education center in downtown Durango at the end of September. Next year, he is looking to relocate to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum or possibly resume his raptor shows at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. He said the final decision will be based on what is allowed given the COVID-19 pandemic.

Downtown raptor center may relocate to D&SNG Museum

Jay Jeter holds his daughter, Leslie, 18 months, while she pets Spooky, a Eurasian eagle-owl, on Friday, as Mike Fauteaux, executive director of Raptors Wild, looks on at his downtown location at 563 Main Ave. Raptors Wild may relocate to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum next year and resume raptor shows at the La Plata County Fairgrounds.
Mike Fauteaux, executive director of Raptors Wild, will close his small education center in downtown Durango at the end of September. Next year, he is looking to relocate to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum or possibly resume his raptor shows at the La Plata County Fairgrounds. He said the final decision will be based on what is allowed given the COVID-19 pandemic.
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