Calling all Museum Kids and Kids @ Heart for this special Museum Kids Presentation on OWLS.
This 40-50-minute slide presentation is targeted equally at a well-informed naturalist club or general public audience and looks at the Vineland-based Owl Foundation and its work rescuing and rehabilitating injured and orphaned owls. The presentation looks at the mishaps (mostly man-made) that befall owls, the treatment and care they receive at the Owl Foundation, the foundation’s successes and some losses. It looks at what was learned from the big Snowy Owl irruption in the Polar Vortex winter in 2013-2014. It includes many great photos of owls both while receiving treatment and unrestricted birds in the wild.
Museum Kids will put together their own OWL activity booklet to take home.
This event is FREE to attend! Please use the button below to register the child that will be attending, or call the Museum at 613.354.3027 x3501 to reserve your spot today. Accompanying adults do not need to register.
To learn more about the OWL Foundation and their work, visit their website here.