Royal Gauntlet Visit

This past weekend, I was fortunate to visit the Royal Gauntlet facility located in Coweta, OK. Royal Gauntlet is a rehabilitation and education facility for birds of prey.

teenage girl
today’s teens enjoy nature

Royal Gauntlet seems to attract the young adults of today which greatly increases the awareness factor for the future. So many young adults seem to be immersed in video games or the internet that nature and God’s creatures seem to take no seat at all unless they are part of the game. It is great to see exceptions while visiting the facilities.

Royal Gauntlet also does the Bird of Prey show at the Castle of Muskogee every weekend in May. If you are into education and birds of prey, this is worth checking out!

Eurasian Eagle Owl
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Royal Gauntlet is very proud of their Eurasian Eagle Owl. He is called “Ritual” and it is amazing to see this owl fly! Eurasian Eagle Owls are the largest owl species on the planet and at the age of maturity, their eyes turn red! I can not wait to see Ritual reach that stage.

He is a most amazing creature and I feel incredibly blessed to have seen him at such a vantage point!

Royal Gauntlet currently has a beautiful representation of birds of prey. Harris hawks, Red-tailed hawks,  three varieties of falcons, and three varieties of owls.

I can’t wait until the fair arrives at the Castle of Muskogee so I can show you more of Royal Gauntlet and their birds.

See you again next week for the next update!

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Author: misha00lowther

I have been shooting people since 1992 ..and I enjoy every minute! I love new things, new ways to be creative and new people. What better way to combine that then the art and fun of photography. Contact Me so WE can have some FUN!

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