PeaCee's Big Backyard featured family fun and education on Saturday, Feb. 10, as part of the weekend-long festival.
Trouble, a bald eagle rescued from the Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area, flapped his wings for the crowd gathered under a tent outside Palm Coast City Hall. Cell phone cameras at the ready, bird lovers watched in awe during the Birds of a Prey show, as part of Palm Coast's fourth-annual Birds of a Feather Fest.
The event-filled weekend featured PeaCee's Big Backyard on Saturday, Feb. 10, so the whole family could learn about birds and enjoy the festival. The Birds of Prey show, which featured Trouble and a Merlin falcon named Alina, was led by the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland.
Guests were also invited to take a guided trail walk around Central Park in Town Center to see the basics of birding, learn how to set up a yard with the best plants, trees and bird feeder to attract birds, talk to the Garden Club of Palm Coast, participate in crafts and more.