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
This Week’s News You Need to Know for 04-02-2020 aka…Week Three of Covid-19 Modified Schedules ~ April Newsletter Available ~ SHCC Senior Men Begin Season ~ Blood Drive Scheduled for May ~ Men’s League Signup Underway ~ Employee Contribution Fund ~ Virtual Workout Schedules and Links April Newsletter Available to view or download Go to […]
The Newsletter for April 2020 is now available to view, download or print. Click the link below to do so. https://shadowhillsextra.com/2020/04/01/shcc-newsletters-archived/ PLEASE NOTE** Because our 2-Month Calendar of Events has become “fluid” over the current time period of Covid-19 policies, we are not publishing it for the foreseeable future. Instead, be sure to Check In […]
In the evolving list of orders coming down from Federal and State government, we are pleased to announce that while greatly modifying “business as usual,” are very much allowing the continuation of golf and restricted food service at Shadow Hills CC. In the latest Executive Order, Gov. Kate Brown clarified additional business restrictions, as well […]