Owls of the World - Who's Watching You? Two Live Owl Programs

October 13th at Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
Great Horned Owl with young. (Courtesy of CCMNH)

On Sunday, October 13, 2019 the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History will present Owls of the World – Who’s Watching You?  with Marcia and Mark Wilson. Have you ever seen an owl up close? Join naturalist Marcia Wilson and photographer Mark Wilson as they introduce you to live owls of New England and beyond. The owls you will see, due to injury or mishap, are unable to survive in the wild and are permanently disabled.

Mark and Marcia share the field marks, signs and naturalist’s skills that you can use to find wild owls without disturbing them. Everyone is treated to a hooting lesson, as well as tips on attracting and protecting the owls near you.

The program times are: 11am & 1:30pm

AT THE DOOR DAY OF SHOW:  $16

Show only: ONLINE: Members $12/ Non-Members $14

AVAILABLE ONLINE ONLY: Non-Member SHOW & MUSEUM ADMISSION COMBO Adults $25 / Children ages 3-12 $16

PLEASE NOTE MUSEUM CLOSES AT 3pm. Plan to use combo tickets before your 1:30pm Owl Show.

RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDEDSeating limited.    


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