Wildlife Wednesday Speaker Series: Owls Abound

Wednesday, 6:30 - 8 p.m., April 3, 2024
Seattle, King County
In person, hybrid, virtual
Wheelchair accessible
On public transit route

Pre-registration is required for this event.

Visit the event website for more information: Wildlife Wednesday Speaker Series: Owls Abound

Most owls are nocturnal predators, with hooked bills and sharp talons. They have wide wings, lightweight bodies, and feathers specially designed to allow them to silently swoop down on prey. Depending on the species, adult owls hoot, screech, or whistle. Come learn about the species of owls live that in Washington with WDFW biologist Emilie Kohler.

Location: White Center Library 1409 SW 107th St, Seattle, WA 98146

Baby burrowing owls huddle in eastern Washington