This festival always offers something for the owl lover in all of us, even those who aren’t really birders. From a banquet, owl prowls, serious science and many family activities, there’s sure to be something this weekend for even the most discerning of folks. This international event grew from a small town celebration of Alice’s “Hatch Day” into one that grows with each passing year.In addition, if you’d like to get out and prowl for owls with the experts, they are hosting monthly Owl Prowls.
November 16, 6:00 PMDecember 31 6:00 PM
The Owl Center is also offering pellet dissection opportunities with admission to the Owl Center on November 23 and December 14. This would be a great way to enjoy time with your children, grandkids or really, anyone young at heart, while introducing them to a closer look at life as an owl.
Shake the late winter doldrums and enjoy all things owl. For more information, Check the websit…
The Coulee Region Audubon Society is following state and national guidelines and has therefore cancelled all planned activities for the month of April as well as the World Migratory Bird Day event that was planned for May 2, 2020 at Myrick Park.
At this point, we will leave our May events on the schedule. They will be re-evaluated later this month when direction is received from state and national authorities on how to proceed.
During this trying time, we urge all members and the public to take this threat seriously and to follow state and federal guidelines for shelter in place and safe social distancing.
We also encourage you to enjoy nature during this time. Getting outdoors and doing some hiking, birding, or simply soaking in the sunshine is a great stress reliever. Please take care to keep safe social distancing practices while taking part in these activities!
We hope that all are taking care and staying safe!