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Program: “Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls”: Toledo Naturalists and Metroparks Natural History Series
Park: Wildwood Preserve
Location: Indoor Facility
Room: Ward Pavilion
Meeting Place: Ward Pavilion Wildwood Preserve
Public Reservation Closes: 4/8/17
Date: 4/8/17
Meeting Days: Sat.
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Price: Free
Class Leader: Toledo Naturalists Assoc.
Program Type: Nature
Age Range: Adults
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Description: Award winning photographer, Paul Bannick, will be presenting a program with video, sound, and amazing stories from the field where he followed owls through the course of one year in their distinct habitats. He has captured rare images of courtship, mating, nesting in spring, as well as fledging and feeding of young. He continued his study of owls thru their dispersal in fall, and finally, winter’s migrations. All 19 species of owls found in Canada and United States are featured in his new book Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls. Paul will be signing and selling this latest book after his presentation.


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