Owls are usually heard, rarely seen but are found throughout the local forests along the Delaware River corridor.
— Owls are usually heard, rarely seen but are found throughout the local forests along the Delaware River corridor.
Their drab colored feathers conceal them in the darkness of the night sky. Gliding silently through the trees they search for food for their young.
Join National Park Service Park Ranger Katherine Szupillo as she explores the world of the owl. Both New York and Pennsylvania have over eight different owls that find their homes in the area.
Why do some owls have "ear" tufts? How many eyelids do owls have? What is a group of owls called? These and many other questions you may have wondered about these beautiful creatures will be answered.
Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River is partnering with the Lacawac Sanctuary and the Narrowsburg Library with this program.
On Sunday, July 14 at 10:30 a.m. the program will be presented at the Lacawac Sanctuary. The Lacawac Sanctuary is located at 94 Sanctuary Road in Lake Ariel and can be reached at 570-689-9494.
On Wednesday, July 17 at 7 p.m. the program will be at the Narrowsburg Library located at 198 Bridge Street in Narrowsburg, N.Y. It can be reached at 845-252-3360.
These programs are free of charge and all are welcome. To learn more about this program or other programs offered throughout the summer call 570-685-4871.
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