Prowlin' for Owls
Join us for a look at the denizens of the dark. Seldom seen and only occasionally heard, owls are important members of the nocturnal world, hunting prey with amazing adaptations from extraordinary senses to lethal talons. Learn whoooooo’s who in the owl world and then call and listen for our resident barred owls! We'll begin this program with a PowerPoint presentation at the Amphitheatre adjacent to the Discovery Center. Be sure to bring a flashlight and dress for the weather!
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