Many thanks go to: the planning team, the awesome volunteers who setup, drove, spoke, guided, educated, created, served or cleaned and packed; and the public who attended. Even though this year was scaled back to one day, it was jam-packed with an excellent variety of exhibits, talks, tours and educational activities.
We hope to expand next year and get back to the multi-day format and offer more tours and off-site programs in the Lahontan Valley wetlands. Your support is much appreciated and feedback helps us become a better event for the public. Drop us an email or give us a call at 775/423-5128 ext. 224.
|Pacific Flyway Decoy Association member Bob Solari, center, instructs Spring Wings workshop attendees |
(and sisters!) Carolyn Coleman and Cate Scott on creating a Greater Yellowlegs carving
|Master Falconer Marie Gaspari-Crawford with her Gyrfalcon 'Casper', center, discusses |
the history of Falconry with Spring Wings Festival attendees.
|Beekeeper Jane Anderson presented an entertaining program on backyard beekeeping |
to a full house at Spring Wings Festival 2015.