An Owl Prowl: A Nocturnal Experience
with Gail Abrams, Executive Director, Piedmont Wildlife Center

Choose among four Fridays: December 6th & 13th, January 17th, & February 7th
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Local owls are coming back to their nesting territory to find their mate and to build a nest for their new family. Come to the Mason Farm Biological Preserve to listen and look for signs of screech, barred, and great horned owls. You'll learn why owls are so important to the environment and what you can do to help protect them. We’ll try several owl calls to see if we can get any wild owls to come check us out and call back. You will also meet Otus, the screech owl and Athena, the barred owl; two live owls used in education programs at Piedmont Wildlife Center.

Fee: $15 ($10 NCBG members)

Gail has a B.S. degree in Physical Education from Towson University and a M.S. degree in Outdoor Education from Northern Illinois University.  She has been leading environmental education organizations and developing raptor education programs for the past 30 years. Gail joined Piedmont Wildlife Center in March 2005.

To register, call Piedmont Wildlife Center at (919) 489-0900 and receive a NCBG discount.

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