The Canadian Peregrine Foundation

Project School Visit:
St. John's-Kilmarnock School (Breslau)

Visit sponsored by: The New Ontario Trillium Foundation

In May 2000, we visited St. John's-Kilmarnock School with our one-year-old male peregrine falcon "Scotty".  Below are some comments from the principal:

This is a brief letter to thank you for the wonderful presentation by your organization on the peregrine falcon.

On Thursday May 25 our Junior and Middle School grades were treated to an informative talk and demonstration about these amazing birds of prey and their status as an endangered species.  Your visiting 'friend' caught the attention of all the students and generated much discussion for many days afterwards.  This fit in very well with the science units being studied by a number of the classes.  The print resources that you were kind enough to leave with us are also very useful and informative.  A number of the sheets were copied and used by teachers in their follow-up activities.

Thanks again for a wonderful day of informative presentations.  You have opened the eyes and minds of many teachers and students.

Yours truly,

Rob Spackman 

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