I'm not entirely sure how we managed to haul our very tired bodies over to the Wheeler Library this morning—we had to pick my granddaughter up at Logan Airport in Boston late last night, and we didn't get home until after one—but we knew that Mary-Beth Kaeser, the president of Horizon Wings Raptor Rehabilitation and Education, and her crew planned a visit that Stasia and I simply didn't want to miss. We weren't sure in advance which of the organization's hawks, owls, and eagles would be on the program, but that didn't matter. Mary-Beth and her associates always put on a great show and this one was no exception. We were particularly excited to see Oscar, an adult Great Horned Owl whose encounter with a garbage truck left the bird unable to be returned to the wild. This past spring, Stasia and I got to see baby GHOs; today, she saw what the fuzz-ball kids grew up to be.