Emily Rosmus, 23, a birds of prey trainer from Alexandria, Pennsylvania, releases a red shouldered hawk in Harris County, Georgia on Saturday, February 27, 2016. During shows at the amphitheatre, birds fly back and forth over the crowd. (Photo/Catherine Braun, catybird@uga.edu) Rosmus: 8143868461
Emily Rosmus, 23, a birds of prey trainer from Alexandria, Pennsylvania, releases a red shouldered hawk in Harris County, Georgia on Saturday, February 27, 2016. During shows at the amphitheatre, birds fly back and forth over the crowd. (Photo/Catherine Braun, catybird@uga.edu)

Laura Mirarchi discusses the care and training of birds of prey, including owls, falcons and hawks. The Birds of Prey program offers free educational shows at their amphitheater in Callaway Gardens, to help raise awareness on the preservation of bird species.

By Caty Braun

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