Kirk Gentalen presents Owls Are Easy, an event you won’t want to miss. Everybody loves owls. You can tell this is true because everybody has an owl story or two to tell. Owls are fascinating and mysterious and have been revered by cultures since the beginning of cultures. For the past 25 years, Kirk Gentalen has been an active owl watcher. “I especially like owls because if you want to see them, you often have to meet them halfway,” Gentalen notes. “But with a little discipline and effort, your chances of finding them increase.” Join Mid-Coast Audubon, Maine Coast Heritage Trust, and Kirk for a night of information, photos and stories about owls in general and along the coast of Maine. Kirk has lived and worked as a naturalist in 14 states, leading Environmental Education and Ecotourism programs for kids of all ages. Currently, he is as a regional steward and naturalist for the Maine Coast Heritage Coast out on Vinalhaven Island and has led explorations for MCHT up and down the coast for the last 10 years. He also edits the popular “Vinalhaven Sightings Report” blog (vinalhavensightings.blogspot.com) and writes the “Nature Bummin’ with Kirk Gentalen” column for the St. George Dragon.