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Owls of Maine: Habits and Adaptations of Maine’s Native Owls

Thursday, September 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Three live owls are the highlights of this program, which introduces participants to the owls native to Maine and New England. Beginning with slides and sounds, participants will learn the identifying characteristics and calls of each owl.  Then, using talons, wings, and skulls, we explore the adaptations of these silent nocturnal hunters. This program ends with an intimate and detailed look at live owls, bringing these creatures of the night into the light!

This program is being presented through a partnership with Midcoast Audubon and the Chewonki Foundation. The presenter will be Jessica Woodend. 

About the presenter: Jessica Woodend received her B.S. in Natural Resource based Parks and Recreation from Michigan State University. Before landing in Maine in 2012, she had been traveling the country working in Outdoor Education and Interpretation; making stops in Montana, Texas, Colorado, Wisconsin, California, and her home state of Michigan. Woodend is a Certified Interpretive Guide and Trainer through the National Association for Interpretation, and has been nationally recognized for her interpretive programs. Woodend loves continuing to learn and teach others all about the cool things in nature.
 
Photo credits: Maine Imaging
 
 

Details

Date:
Thursday, September 19
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue

Camden Public Library
55 Main Street
Camden, ME 04843 United States
Phone:
207-236-3440