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Audubon Afternoon: A Year in the Life of an Owl

  • National Wildlife Foundation 11100 Wildlife Center Drive Reston, VA, 20190 United States (map)

The next Audubon Afternoon will be held on September 30 from 3 to 5 PM, with informal gathering starting at 2:30.  It will be held in the auditorium/cafeteria at the National Wildlife Federation.  Our program will be provided by Secret Garden Birds and Bees, which will present “A Year in the Life of an Owl.”  Here’s their description of the program:

Learn what great horned owls, barred owls, barn owls, and eastern screech owls are doing from January through December. Follow them through courtship, nesting, raising young, fledging and finally dispersal of the young to their own territories.

They will bring all four owls with them, and will walk them around the audience for close-up views and photos.  Be sure to bring the whole family to this "kid-friendly" event.

As always, we will have refreshments before the program.  

See also:  "Twelve Things You Should Know About Owls"

Later Event: October 4
Beginning Birding