The City of Arts and Sciences is extending the weekends activities with raptor displays

Mar 2, 2012

Starts the shows to increase visitors’ knowledge of the Inuit people of the Arctic
The City of Arts and Sciences is extending the weekends activities with raptor displays The Oceanogràfic of the City of Arts and Sciences sets up for the second year running raptor displays and shows about the Inuit people of the Artic and Maori people of the Polynesia.

These two new additions join the Oceanogràfic’s weekend programme, which includes ‘Animalia Passport’, ‘Shark Encounter’, ‘Visit the other side of the aquarium’ or ‘Penguin Encounter’.

With the flight demonstrations and raptor educational talks which will take place at different points as near the Dolphinarium, the Red Sea square or the park entrance, visitors will have the opportunity to know species such as Rüppell's Griffon, Saker Falcon, Black-Chested Buzzard-Eagle or Spanish Imperial Eagle, among others. There will be every Saturday and Sunday through the day.

There will also be several animation shows every weekends at different points of the Oceanogràfic as Access Square, Dolphinarium, Artic or Antartic outdoors to divulge more information on the way of life about the Inuit and M¿ori people.
From the extreme climatic conditions to their dwellings, method of transport, language, and diet, without forgetting their relationship with nature and the fauna of the region, a number of different themes will be covered during the shows.