[CT Birds] Owl Banding Program

Milan Bull mbull at ctaudubon.org
Thu Oct 22 09:44:13 EDT 2009


Oct. 30: Special Owl Hike and Owl Banding in Trout Brook Valley Nature Preserve

On the night before Halloween, join owl bander Larry Fischer for a special owl hike in The Orchard at Flirt Hill in Easton, presented by Aspetuck Land Trust and Connecticut Audubon Society. We will catch owls in nets using an audio lure. Come prepared to help and learn about the unique behavior and habitat of owls. When: Friday, Oct. 30, 7:30-11:30 p.m. Location/Directions: Trout Brook Valley Preserve, Route 58 (Black Rock Turnpike) past Bluebird Restaurant to Freeborn Road. Go left on Freeborn Road. When woods stop on left (first house lot) look to right, there will be a dirt road through the woods. Look for hike sign. Drive into this woods' road to blueberry bushes. Park: Blueberry patch off Freeborn Road. RSVP: dbrant at aspetucklandtrust.org<mailto:dbrant at aspetucklandtrust.org> or click here. Special Instructions: Wear boots and warm clothing. Headlamps are recommended and can be purchased at Home Depot or Lowe's for $10- $12.



Milan G. Bull

Senior Director of Science and Conservation

Connecticut Audubon Society

2325 Burr St.

Fairfield, CT 06824

(203)259-6305

mbull at ctaudubon.org




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