Owl yoga aiding plight of rescue birds in Delta

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If you’ve ever felt the one thing yoga needs is more raptors… we’ve got the once-in-a-lifetime event for you!

This July, the O.W.L. Rehabilitation Society is holding a special outdoor yoga session, all under the watchful eyes of rescued eagles, falcons, hawks and owls.

The fundraising class on July 24 will be led by experienced hatha yoga teacher Sylvia Smallman and is open to bendy beginners and yoga masters alike.

Participants will also get to meet the other rescue birds cared for permanently by O.W.L. on a special tour after the yoga session.

There are only 20 spots available for the class, by a $20 donation; all proceeds go to O.W.L. and the rehabilitation of rescued birds of prey.

To register, call 604-946-3171. Payment by cash or cheque on the day.

Find your wings, yoga with raptors

Where: O.W.L. (Orphaned Wildlife) Rehabilitation Society – 3800 72 Street, Delta

When: Sunday, July 24, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Register: Call 604-946-3171, costs $20 by donation

The poster for O.W.L.'s special yoga fundraiser (O.W.L)

The poster for O.W.L.’s special yoga fundraiser (O.W.L)

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