Monday, June 7, 2010

Owling in the Desert

Usery Mountain Regional Park - All About Owls - Location: Nature Center. Date: 6/12/2010 Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM  What makes owls so different from other birds? Which owls live in our area? How do they survive and thrive in our desert? If you would like to know the answers to these questions, or any questions you may have about owls, then this one-hour presentation is for you! Bring your sandwich to the “Brown-Bag It” series inside our Nature Center as Ranger B shares some amazing facts about these rockin’ raptors. Entry Fee:  $6 / car

McDowell Mountain Park - Owl’s Eye View 
Date: 6/19/2010  Time:  6:30 PM to 9:30 (1 hour lecture followed by a 1.5 hour hike)  How much do you know about Owls? Learn all about the strategies these animals employ that make them such successful predators. After the program, stick around for an owl prowl at the Nursery Tank!  Go on the Owl Prowl with Ranger Amy - a moonlit hike to experience the desert like an owl. Look for owls and enjoy the cooler night air. Meet at the Nursery Tank Trailhead. This night walk is less than 2 miles total in length, and is on flat terrain on a wheelchair accessible trail.

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