Slow Motion Raptor Strikes – Smarter Every Day 38

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Andrew is a student worker at the SRC’s Education unit. He is also the 2011-2012 President of Auburn University’s Society for Conservation Biology.

The Southeastern Raptor Center (SRC) is a facility dedicated to the care and conservation of birds of prey, with the mission statement being “Education, Conservation, Rehabilitation”. Part of the Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine, the SRC is comprised of a rehabilitation and education unit. The rehabilitation unit takes in hundreds of ill, injured, and orphaned raptors every year, while the education unit gives presentations to over 30,000 people annually. For more information on the Southeastern Raptor Center check out their website:
Look at their website at the Southeastern Raptor Center to learn more.

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A special thanks to Marianne, Roy, Andrew, Clay, Sean, and Linda

Also, thanks to my brother in law Sean, and To Michael Stevens from VSauce who helped me film these!

Instead of saving for my kids’ college, I make videos using the money I would have saved.
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