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Date:
May 22, 2018
Time:
6:30 PM
Location:
Burlington Public Library
Address:
820 E Washington Avenue
Burlington, WA 98233
Contact:
360-755-0760
Cost:
FREE!

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Library program: Owls-Birds of the Night

Tuesday, May 22

For thousands of years myths and legends have surrounded owls: are they symbols of good fortune and wisdom or harbingers of death? The Skagit Audubon Society will present an in-depth program about these unique and sometimes mysterious birds of the night. We will explore what makes an owl and owl, and their special adaptations for hunting at night. In Puget Sound we have nine regularly occurring owls. In the second half of the program we will take a look at these owls which are more likely to be heard than seen.