Mercer County naturalist Jenn Rogers and Jane Rakos-Yates of the County Wildlife Center are set to present Welcome Back Wildlife.

The program will explore the concepts of hibernation and migration with an interactive presentation and the appearance of several of the Wildlife Center’s education animals.

The live animal demonstration will include an up-close look at a few animals that spend winter in hibernation and will feature the hawk that performs the longest annual migration — a flight that averages more than 4,000 miles.

The program is scheduled for 2 p.m. March 30 at the Wildlife Center’s education room, 1748 River Road, Titusville.

The cost is $6 per person.

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