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“A Reporter's Recollections” and Birds of Prey featured at Twin Falls State Park July 27, 2012
MULLENS, W.Va. – Twin Falls Resort State Park will host a book signing by a popular local TV news reporter and also will feature a presentation on birds of prey by the Three Rivers Avian Center on Friday, July 27. Both activities are open to the public and at no cost to attend.
Bob Brunner will sign copies of his book, “A Reporter's Recollections,” from 4 to 7 p.m. in the main lobby of the Twin Falls Lodge. Brunner spent more than two decades at WSAZ TV, Charleston and Huntington, from 1968 to 1990. His book is part tell-all, part memoir as he looks back over his years as a reporter, news director and anchor. His recollections are full of personal stories about political heavyweights in office during his broadcasting career. Wonderful photographs document his long career in the media world, rubbing elbows with such names as Tom Brokaw, Oprah Winfrey, John Chancellor and Dan Rather and several presidents.
Three Rivers Avian Center, with live birds of prey, invites anyone interested in seeing and learning bout about hawks, owls, and eagles in West Virginia. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the Azalea conference room at Twin Falls State Park lodge and lasts about an hour.
“It is a wonderful opportunity for children and adults to learn about raptors,” said Bryan Danford, park naturalist. Information about raptors, questions and answers and photo opportunities of the birds is part of the interpretative program. Three Rivers Avian Center is a nonprofit group dedicated to the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey and to educating the public about these “wings of wonder.”Twin Falls Resort State Park is located in Wyoming County between Mullens and Pineville. The park is open year-round and features a lodge, restaurant, vacation cabins, camping, golf, hiking, Pioneer Farm, and environmental activity interests. For more information, call Twin Falls Resort State Park at 304- 294-4000 or visit www.twinfallsresort.com.