Join us for an Owl Prowl. We will attempt our best owl calls and see if we can spot some of our feathered friends. Outdoor activity, come prepared. Meet at the Front Gate. Pre-registration required. $10 (with paid admission)/MEMBERS $5. Click HERE to pay admission Click HERE to register COVID-19 Tips on the ...
July 30, 2020Michael Perez
Come listen to the sounds of the night as the sun sets. We may hear owls hooting or critters rustling the leaves on the forest floor. Outdoor activity, come prepared. Meet at the Front Gate. Pre-registration required. $10 (with paid admission)/MEMBERS $5. Click HERE to Register!
March 26, 2020Michael Perez
Owls have big, curious eyes, come out at night, and do not all make a hooting call. Bring your 3 - 5 year olds to learn about this amazing night time bird. We will play a game, make a craft, and spend time outdoors. Pre-registration required. $8 PER CHILD (with ...
October 18, 2019Michael Perez
Can owls turn their heads 360°? How do owls achieve silent flight? Are all owls nocturnal? Find out the answers to these questions and more! We will also be dissecting owl pellets to learn about what they eat. $5 (with paid admission)/MEMBERS FREE. Click HERE to Register
April 14, 2019Michael Perez
With little light pollution, the Nature Center is a great place to see stars. Join us as we look to the sky and enjoy a night on the water. All equipment is provided. Children must be 5 years or older and accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please arrive ...
February 19, 2019Michael Perez
Owl breeding season has begun and expectant parents are staking out their territories. Learn the different owl calls you might hear as we explore the Refuge after dark. Pre-registration required. $10 (with paid admission)/MEMBERS $5. Click HERE to Register
December 27, 2018Michael Perez
Come and dissect an owl pellet and learn about the natural history of these nocturnal hunters. Pre-registration recommended. $5 (with paid admission)/MEMBERS FREE. Click HERE to Register
October 13, 2018Michael Perez
Join us after hours to listen for owls, amphibians, and insects and decode their different calls. We will also use a special bat detector to listen for the sounds of echolocation that we normally cannot hear. Bring a flashlight and water. $15 (includes admission)/$10 MEMBERS. Click Here to ...
July 7, 2018Michael Perez