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Owls – Owlers and Owling in Alberta

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ToA Owl

Wednesday, October 23 – 7:00pm-8:00pm

Fish Creek Environmental Learning Centre (13931 Woodpath Rd. SW – can be accessed via 37 St. and 130 Ave. SW)

Owls are unique and fascinating birds, and a variety of owl species call Alberta home, including Alberta’s provincial bird, the great horned owl. At this presentation, you will learn about contributions made by biologists and recreational owlers (banders and surveyors) for the well-being of these birds in this province. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the distribution, status and ecology of local owl species. Dr. Gordon Court will also discuss conservation issues surrounding these birds and will be accompanied by live barred owl and wildlife ambassador Colonel Slade.

Presented Dr. Gordon Court, Provincial Wildlife Status Biologist for the Fish and Wildlife Division

This presentation is now sold out. Thank you to everyone who registered. To be included on a wait list, please email info@friendsoffishcreek.org or call 403-238-3841.

photo courtesy of Phil Smith 




Event Details

October 23, 2013 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost: $5