EventsAll About Owls: Understanding Our Most Mysterious Birds

All About Owls: Understanding Our Most Mysterious Birds

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Lynnwood Library

Description

Washington has more owl species than any other state in the union. But because owls tend to hunt at night and hide during the day, they can be hard to see and eerie to hear. Perhaps that's why for most of us, every owl sighting is unforgettable. Join master birder Connie Sidles as she takes you into the secret lives of Washington’s most mysterious birds. Nesting season is about to start, and the owls will be calling.

Constance Sidles is a master birder and long-time member of Birds Connect Seattle (formerly, Seattle Audubon Society), where she served on the board and was chair of the Publications Committee. She currently serves on the Conservation Committee. Connie is on the faculty of the University of Washington as an instructor in continuing education programs. She teaches classes for BCS, Pilchuck Audubon, North Cascades Audubon, Whidbey Audubon, and other Audubon societies across the country. Connie is a published author with more than 600 published articles and is founder and president of Constancy Press. She has written four books about nature focusing on her favorite “backyard” Montlake Fill, aka Union Bay Natural Area on the UW campus.


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Suitable for:
Adults
Type:
Science, Math & Nature
Language:
English

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