Tuesday, October 10, 2006


I worked the fifteenth annual Texas Parks and Wildlife Expo this past weekend. It was a long weekend, but well worth the time spent on the grounds. We have provided sound for the event for several years and each year there seems to be more and more people attending. The Sea World show with Julie Scardina was informative and filled with exciting animals including a lynx, peinguin and a kangaroo. The Birds of Prey show was also notable. Above is a Red Tailed Hawk who was showcased in the presentation. After seeing this show three year ago, I find myself often noticing these birds perched on high hunting their prey. That's all for today.

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