The Canadian Peregrine Foundation

CPF Events Gallery

In addition to visiting schools, the CPF Education Team makes appearances at a variety of events to raise public awareness about threatened and endangered species.  Below are photos from some of the events we have attended, featuring both the human and feathered members of the CPF Education Team.

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April 26, 2002 -- CPF educator Maya Basdeo with Ariel (left) and CPF KW Chapter coordinator Judith Agnew (right) speak at the City of Waterloo's Earth Day event at Rim Park.
 

 

March 2002 -- A Japanese film crew interested in producing a documentary on urban peregrines recently visited Toronto to meet with the Canadian Peregrine Foundation; this photo was taken on their visit to the Etobicoke Falcon Watch Centre(Photo by Baylie Kastner)

 

 

March 2002 -- Once again, one of the big stars at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show was Haxa, the adult Bald Eagle, held at left by Rudy Kruppa, and parading around on the ground solo, at right.  (Photos by Mark Nash and Rudy Kruppa)

March 2002 -- CPF director Mark Nash with Sasquatch, an adult golden eagle at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  Sasquatch is owned by Ulrich Watermann of Bird Control International, with whom the Canadian Peregrine Foundation shared a booth at the show for the fourth consecutive year.   (Photo by Diane Brockman)
 

March 2002 -- CPF volunteer Tom Moreau and Alex the great horned owl at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.   (Photo by Diane Brockman)

 

March 2002 -- Alex has a rather playful nature, and decided that she would entertain herself with Tom Moreau's name badge.   (Photo by Diane Brockman)
 

March 2002 -- Owls won't let go of their toys easily!  Diane Brockman attempts to rescue Tom Moreau's name badge from Alex, but the owl maintained a good grip on it with her beak.   (Photo by Mark Nash)

 

September 23, 2001 -- CPF Director Mark Nash holds Bubo the Eagle Owl at CPF's thank-you BBQ for members and volunteers at Kortright.   (Photo by Paul Marshman)
 

September 23, 2001 -- Tom Moreau holds Seamus the Barn Owl at CPF's thank-you BBQ for members and volunteers at Kortright.   (Photo by Diane Brockman)

 

July 2001 -- Seamus the Barn Owl and Oscar the Peregrine Falcon make an appearance at a downtown Toronto event.  (Photos by Paul Marshman)

 

March 2001 -- CPF volunteer Robyn Carlson holds Qetesh up for view as a crowd gathers at our Toronto Sportsmen's Show booth.   (Photo by Marcel Gahbauer)

 

March 2001 -- CPF Volunteers at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show, holding up some of the buckets which Home Depot Canada generously provided as a fundraising tool.    (Photo by Brian Hart)

 

 

March 2001 -- Volunteer Diane Brockman holds Qetesh at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  Qetesh is spreading her wings to cool off in the warm building.  (Photo by Tom Moreau)

March 2001 -- Nine-year-old Ariel turns to look at volunteer Tom Moreau while at the CPF booth at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  (Photo by Diane Brockman)

 

 

March 2001 -- CPF volunteer Tom Moreau holds Penny, a one-year-old female peregrine falcon at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  (Photo by Diane Brockman)

 

December, 2000 -- An attentive school audience watches CPF Educator David Pfeffer, holding Scotty at the front of the class.    (Photo by Northwood School)

 

 

September, 2000 -- The Canadian Peregrine Foundation's booth at the International Ploughing Match in Wellington County.  Amy Mui (left, holding Scotty) and Robyn Carlson (right, holding Qetesh) are in the foreground, while CPF director Mark Nash is in the background.  (Photo by Bruce Massey)

 

March, 2000 -- The Canadian Peregrine Foundation's booth at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  From left to right: Marcel Gahbauer, Natalie Helferty (holding Scotty), and Marion Nash.  (Photo by Mark Nash)

March, 2000 --
Members of the Canadian Peregrine Foundation's Education Team at the conclusion of the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  From left to right: Natalie Helferty (holding Scotty), Mark Nash, Marion Nash, Bruce Massey, Marco Prosdocimo (holding Pablo), and Rob Smith. (Photo by Marcel Gahbauer)


March, 2000 -- Pablo (left) and Scotty (right) are introduced to each other for the first time.  Both were a bit apprehensive initially, but they soon got used to each other.  This photo illustrates clearly the differences between an adult (Pablo) and juvenile (Scotty) peregrine. (Photo by Marcel Gahbauer)


March, 2000 -- Marion Nash holds Pablo at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  (Photo by Mark Nash)


March, 2000 -- Taking a break from peregrine duty, Marion Nash holds Iberia, a golden eagle belonging to the Great Lakes Birds of Prey Centre, with whom the Canadian Peregrine Foundation shared a booth at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show.  (Photo by Mark Nash)



March, 2000 -- Bruce Massey and Amy Mui (holding Scotty) prepare for another group of visitors at the Canadian Peregrine Foundation's booth at the Toronto Sportsmen's Show. 
(Photo by Marcel Gahbauer)


March, 2000 -- Canadian Peregrine Foundation director Mark Nash crouches down to give students a better look at Pablo while presenting Project School Visit to a grade 4 class in London.  (Photo by Shay Redmond)


March, 2000 -- A warm early spring day was the setting for this outdoor presentation by Marcel Gahbauer and Scotty at the Lambton Heritage Museum. (Photo by Shay Redmond)



March, 2000 -- A crowd gathers outside a building at the Lambton Heritage Museum to have a look at Scotty and pose questions to Marcel Gahbauer. 
(Photo by Shay Redmond)


September, 1999 -- Natalie Helferty introduces Qetesh to a family at the Great Northern Exhibition near Collingwood, Ontario.  (Photo by Marcel Gahbauer)

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