Carson Valley Eagles and Agriculture events are Feb. 22-24 with wildlife viewing at area ranches, a birds of prey lecture and photo workshop. Information, Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Authority at VisitCarsonValley.org or call 782-8144.
-- The birds of prey lecture and reception for all ages is Friday, Feb. 22, with wildlife biologist Gary Herron. Falconers Lew Souder and Mark Moglich will bring a North American goshawk and an ornate eagle. Cost of reception is $35 includes hors d'oeuvres and a no-host bar.
-- A two-day photography workshop offers instruction and discussion on Saturday, Feb. 23, and a nature photo shoot at a Carson Valley ranch on Sunday, Feb. 24. Cost is $60 for the two-day event. Details, contact wildlife photographer Steve Noble at 265-4414 or at email@example.com.
-- Observe eagles, hawks and other wildlife, Sunday, Feb. 24, on a guided raft/canoe trip on the Carson River with Pat Fried of Great Basin Sports. Register at visitcarsonvalley.org. Cost of trip, $75. Information at Friedschool@hotmail.com or at Great Basin Sports, (775) 450-3446.
-- To qualify for the Eagles and Agriculture photography contest, photos 5 x 7 or larger along with a CD must be submitted to Carson Valley Visitors Authority by March 7. Prizes of $125 will be awarded for best wildlife photo and best birding photos. A photo release must be signed for eligibility.