Uncovering the Mysteries of Snowy Owls

Have you ever wondered what the story is with the large, white owls that appear in the winter?  Why are there so many recently?  How far do they travel?  Where do they live the rest of the year?  Come join us for an evening unfurling some of mysteries of a silent winter predator – the snowy owl.
Tuesday, February 17, 6:30 p.m.
Location: Fields Pond Audubon Center, Holden
Presenters:  Erynn Call Raptor Specialist, Bird Group, Maine Dept. Inland Fisheries & Wildlife and Sharon Fiedler, Wildlife Photographer
Cost: $5. Please call 989-2591 with any questions.

Mission Of The Penobscot Valley Chapter Of Maine Audubon:

Conserving wildlife and wildlife habitat by connecting people to our regional natural heritage, through enjoyable and meaningful activities that educate and promote greater environmental awareness.

The Penobscot Valley Chapter offers programs and field trips throughout the year at low cost or no cost to Audubon members. The Chapter is closely allied with Fields Pond Audubon Center. The Chapter’s newsletter is named the Fields Pond Journal and carries news and activities from both groups. A representative of the Center serves on the Chapter board ex officio.

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