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Wildlands Conservancy – Science of Birding Owls at Camp Fowler
Learn about the awesome world of owls. After discussing the general adaptations and natural history of owls we will focus on each of the 8 owl species found in Pennsylvania, covering the ecology of each species, and meeting some live education owls. Then head outside to look for some of the 5 species of owls that have been observed on this property. If conditions allow, participants can observe owl banding research being conducted. Northern Saw-whet Owls which are migrating at this time. At the end of the program, participants may hang out for a bit and enjoy hot cocoa, a campfire, and s’mores. Restrooms available, no dogs permitted. This program has both indoor and outdoor portions, so dress for the weather.
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: 5851 Horseshoe Rd., Orefield, PA 18069
Registration: ends on 11/10/23
Questions? Contact Haley D’Agostino at HDAgostino@wildlandspa.org
To register, visit: https://www.wildlandspa.org/event/science-of-birding-owls-at-camp-fowler/
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