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'Eyes on Owls' with Mark and Marsha Wilson, Feb. 26


Tin Mountain Conservation Nature Learning Program



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Whoooo’s watching you? Come find out at the Tin Mountain Conservation Center Nature Program “Eyes on Owls” on Friday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. at the Tin Mountain Nature Learning Center. Mark Wilson. (click for larger version)
February 18, 2010
Naturalist Marcia Wilson will first introduce the audience to owls found in New England and their unique adaptations through a slide show of photos by her husband, Mark Wilson. After a hooting lesson and much audience participation, Marcia brings out the live owls one at a time. Each owl has a permanent disability that keeps it from surviving on its own in the wild. These non-releasable owls serve as ambassadors from the world of wildlife. With each owl perched securely on her glove, Marcia then walks out into the audience.

Which owl eats skunks? Can a little detective work reveal if owls live near you? What do owl pellets tell us about an owl's wild food and the web of life? How can we protect owls and their natural habitats? Wilson will explore these questions and more during this fun interactive program for all ages.

Mark and Marcia have an intimacy with the owls they raise and each one has certain personality traits. Come meet this amazing couple as well as their unique adopted owls.

Reservations are required by calling Tin Mountain Conservation Center. Sign up early as this program can sell out quickly. Donations of $3 per person and $5 per family are appreciated.

For more information on upcoming programs, visit www.tinmountain.org, call 447-6991 or email Donna at ddolan@tinmountain.org.

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