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All About Owls Seminar

August 3 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

$35.00

One of our most popular seminars will feature seven owl species with eight different birds. From our new snowy owl, all the way down to our eastern screech owls, you will be intimately immersed into the nocturnal and diurnal worlds of some of nature’s most accomplished predators.

Curator Anne Price, author and biologist, will take you on a magical mystery tour into the very secretive lives of owls. Colorado’s own Florissant formation yielded the world’s first barn owl ancestor, dating back to 65 million years ago; during this program you’ll meet the modern barn owl, a native to every continent on earth except Antarctica.

These well-adapted avian predators number twenty species in the United States and you’ll enjoy meeting eight of them up close: the barn owl, great-horned owl, red and gray morph eastern screech owls, barred owl, short-eared owl, snowy owl, and the burrowing owl.

There will be plenty of owl-themed merchandise and jewelry available for purchase. Don’t forget to bring your camera!

SPACE IS LIMITED TO 35 PARTICIPANTS

To get the early bird discount you must sign up by midnight MDT May 15, 2019.

DATE: August 3, 2019

TIME: Check in at 6:00 PM, program starts at 6:30 PM

LOCATION: REF facility in Brighton. We will mail you our street address upon receipt of payment.  Our location is just west of Barr Lake State Park. The program starts at 6:30 pm and runs approximately one hour.  Please arrive at 6:00 PM to check in

Details

Date:
August 3
Time:
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
$35.00
Website:
www.usaref.org/all-about-owls/

Organizer

Raptor Education Foundation
Phone:
303-680-8500
Website:
www.usaref.org

Venue

Raptor Education Foundation Office
17101 E. 136th Avenue
Brighton, CO 80601 United States
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Phone:
303-680-8500
Website:
www.usaref.org