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A bald eagle named Maxime snatches food from handler Anna Voss while she presented the program Raptors of Minnesota Saturday during the 12th annual Family Education Program at the Northland Arboretum in Baxter. The audience at the event learned about four raptors brought from the University of Minnesota Raptor Center: a red-tailed hawk, an American kestrel, a great horned owl and a bald eagle. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery and Video2 / 7
A bald eagle named Maxime flaps her wings as she snatches food from handler Anna Voss while Voss presented the program Raptors of Minnesota Saturday during the 12th annual Family Education Program at the Northland Arboretum in Baxter. The audience at the event learned about four raptors brought from the University of Minnesota Raptor Center: a red-tailed hawk, an American kestrel, a great horned owl and a bald eagle. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery and Video3 / 7
An American kestrel named Malar is one of the raptors shown during the Raptors of Minnesota presentation Saturday at the Northland Arboretum in Baxter. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery and Video4 / 7
An American kestrel named Malar is one of the raptors shown during the Raptors of Minnesota presentation Saturday at the Northland Arboretum in Baxter. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery and Video5 / 7
A red-tailed hawk named Luta is one of the raptors shown during the Raptors of Minnesota presentation Saturday at the Northland Arboretum in Baxter. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery and Video6 / 7
A great horned owl named Bubo is one of the raptors shown during the Raptors of Minnesota presentation Saturday at the Northland Arboretum in Baxter. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch - Gallery and Video7 / 7

Presenter Anna Voss teaches about raptors of Minnesota Saturday during the 12th annual Family Education Program at the Northland Arboretum in Baxter. The audience at the event got to see four raptors brought from the University of Minnesota Raptor Center: a red-tailed hawk, an American kestrel, a great horned owl and a bald eagle. Kelly Humphrey/Brainerd Dispatch PHOTO GALLERY

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