Owl Prowl at Lac Lawrann Ozaukee Washington Bird Coalition
Calling all owl lovers! Join veteran birders from the Ozaukee Washington Birding Coalition as we prowl the woods, swamps, and fields of Lac Lawrann Conservancy. We will be on the hunt for permanent residents like Great Horned, Barred, and Eastern-Screech Owls as well as migratory or temporary residents such as the diminutive Northern Saw-whet Owl. Show up with your fingers crossed — owls are sometimes very fickle about showing themselves! There are no guarantees when it comes to owling!!!
Details: Meet in Lac Lawrann’s main building, the Maurin Center, at 5:30pm, please go down the ramp to the left to the set of doors for a short presentation followed by an approximate 1 1/2 hour night walk. Bring binoculars, water, and a small flashlight for walking on uneven, unlit paths after dark. We will be standing in place for extended periods of time so dress warmly, e.g., a warm hat, gloves, and good warm walking shoes or boots. You may want to eat a snack or early dinner before arrival. Note: If there are strong winds, heavy precipitation, and/or single digit temperatures, this outing may be postponed. We will let you know by email in the event of postponement. This outing is not recommended for children under the age of ten. This is a no charge event offered by Lac Lawrann Conservancy in conjunction with the Ozaukee Washington Birding Coalition. Space is limited to 12 participants.
This program takes place at Lac Lawrann Conservancy. See below for their address.
This program is geared toward adults, but ages 10+ are welcome.
Pre-registration required by November 10 at 4:00 pm