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Marty you’re an absolute inspiration! I feel so privileged to have met you (and Kevy and Morgaine). The way you interact with your birds is something that just has to be witnessed – I highly recommend the experience to all.
The birds Martin cares for are beautiful and learning more about them is undeniably fascinating. Understanding the responsibility humans have to protect their habitats is the main message of Martin’s talks, and his passion for these amazing creatures is contagious!
The Birds of Prey Presentation – Meet the beaks with Martin Scuffins was very informative and well presented. I thoroughly enjoyed watching Kevvy the Nankeen Kestrel and Min Min the Barn Owl fly from Martin to the perch and back again. Seeing both these birds up close and in action is just amazing! As a teacher this presentation links in really well with the science curriculum – biodiversity and sustainability and I thoroughly recommend it for all year levels.
The Meet the Beaks presentation ties together so many of the topics we have been studying over the term. From biodiversity and sustainability, to food chains and food webs and the importance of habitat protection. Martin is engaging and relates well to the students. The students are enthralled for the entire presentation and are able to ask all kinds of questions at the end.
Having seen Meet the Beaks on several occasions I am always is awe of the knowledge Martin possesses. His environmental message is key to the presentation, which is always delivered in an interesting and engaging way. I will definitely be back for more.
We were proud to be able to offer field naturalists from around Victoria the opportunity to hear your wonderful and eye-opening story of conservation, compassion and care. I heard from many of the field naturalists that were lucky enough to hear your presentation that they found your story fascinating and your knowledge of birds of prey remarkable!
Thank you for coming to the Geelong College it was great having you here. You have opened my eyes more than I thought they could go. When I stayed at the end I got to feed Kevy the Kestral. Thank you for making me look to the skies.
Birds of prey are so cool, aren’t they?! I never knew what Nankeen Kestrels and Barn Owls prey on, until now! When you talked about DDT and the Peregrine Falcons I just couldn’t believe it! Thanks so much for coming down to the college to teach me things I never knew.
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