Join us for a free virtual workshop to learn how to identify common North American owl species!
Have you ever taken a walk just after sunset and heard a ‘hooting’ in the darkness? This time of year, it’s common to hear owls calling in the trees as they try to find a mate. Join us on the evening of November 11 as longtime Creek friends and volunteers Carolyn Muse and Rodney Brubaker teach us how to identify North America owl species and share what nighttime adaptations make owls great nocturnal hunters.
We will meet via Zoom at this link: https://psu.zoom.us/j/96375497832
Zoom password: nature
By joining this session, you agree to appear on a live broadcast that may be recorded. You are not required to be visually present.
Free public programming at Shaver’s Creek is made possible by the contributions of our membership.
Register for November 11, 2020
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