Here is a picture of the Rough-legged hawk that was released Oct 18. The bird had been in the care of the Raptor Center since last December with a broken leg. These hawks summer in Alaska and winter here in the valley. The timing of the release was both upon a fully-healed bird, as well as the fact that these birds are now appearing in the valley.While the bird was not a “native to Shadow Hills,” she is a welcome addition to birds and wildlife found here, and a testament to the trust the local Raptor Center has in our commitment.
For a video of the release, and another “in flight picture,” click below
Ballet Fantastique Events Cancelled/Rescheduled Recent Tournament Results Day of the Dead Fundraiser Info New Mask Regulations for Indoors and Outdoors at SHCC Facility Closure Dates This Week’s Specials Ballet Fantastique Events Cancelled/Rescheduled Due to Covid concerns, The Ballet Fantastique performances scheduled for this weekend have been postponed until June 12th, 2022 with a 1pm show […]
Day of the Dead Fundraiser Info New Mask Regulations for Indoors and Outdoors at SHCC Facility Closure Dates This Week’s Specials SHCC Day of the Dead Dinner/Auction/Fundraiser Get your table now for our annual “Day of the Dead” dinner and auction, October 29th 5:30 until you drop. Table of 8/$700, so get your friends together […]
August was full of great golf, with opportunities for every level of golfer expertise! A full field played in the Men’s Invitational under hot skies, with accompanying scorching low scores. Some very familiar faces were in the winner’s circle, with some newcomers adding to the fun. MensInvitational-2021-RESULTS Not to be outdone, The Women’s Invitational was […]