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Program features birds of prey

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In their spare time, Julie Anne Collier and Jim Parks rehabilitate injured birds of prey — hawks, owls, and eagles. It’s a lifelong passion that propelled them in the 1970s to form Wingmasters, a partnership that brings them all over New England to give live demonstrations featuring raptors they have rescued but cannot be returned to the wild. They will present a program, “North American Birds of Prey,’’ Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Boylston Town House, 599 Main St. To register for the event, intended for ages 4 and older, call the Boylston Public Library or e-mail jmfriebert@hotmail.com.

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