Owling in the Ozarks
Time & Location
About the Event
with Mitchell Pruitt and Lynn Sciumbato
November 16th, (rain date Nov. 23rd) 5pm-11pm
Join us for a night of owl education, food, and friends at the Ozark Natural Science Center!
Starting at 5pm Lynn Sciumbato, director of Morning Star Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, will give a presentation on raptor rehabilitation and conservation along with Sydney the Barred Owl and Igor the Turkey Vulture.
Dinner will begin at 6:00pm. Followed by a presentation and owling with Mitchell Pruitt. Owling with Mitchell will give attendees the opportunity to be a part of active ecological research. Attendees will first be given a presentation where Mitchell will discuss owls, specifically the tiny and uncommon Northern Saw-whet Owl. Afterwards, research will begin and we will attempt to capture live saw-whet owls during their fall migration!
Registration is required and space is limited. Register at www.onsc.us/events
$45 per person - includes dinner, refreshments, dessert, and all programming
$50 per room/family - includes one bunk-style room with private bathroom
Adults only, but we will make exceptions for mature and interested teenagers
All proceeds go to support research, citizen science, and education at the Ozark Natural Science Center
No refunds or transfers to other programs after November 2nd. Rain date - November 23rd, same time.
Due to limited ticket availability in our program, all tickets must be paid for prior to the event. Thank you for your understanding!
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- Overnight Accommodations$50$500$0