Owl Prowl at Seahurst Park (7:00-9:00 PM) September 23, 2022
Take a guided walk, under the cover of dark, in the park while learning about the birds and plants around you. Put your observation skills to the test to look for owls and learn more about their unique adaptations by participating in an owl pellet dissection.
These animals and the plants they rely on have evolved together and play important roles in the health of local watersheds, as well as the mental health of people. Naturalists will share identification tips, species adaptations, and the importance of providing native habits.
No prior knowledge is required. These small outings are geared towards ages 13 years and up. Every participant will need their own registration form!
We'll slowly venture throughout the park exploring the shoreline and the forest of Seahurst Park. There are some steep hills, but we'll go at a slow pace along the forested trail and the gravel pathway.
Meet at ESC at the north end of Seahurst Park:
Follow the gravel path past the restrooms/playground.
We're on the right before the Marine Tech Center.
It may take 10 or minutes to get to us, depending on parking.
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