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Online Registration for Seattle Audubon Adult Education Classes
Owls of Washington with Jamie Acker, owler, educator and researcher
Class: Sunday February 4 1:00-4:00 PM
Location: Phinney Neighborhood Center, Room 6 in the Blue Building
Field Trips: Sunday February 11 (see trip note below)
Cost for lecture and field trip: $75 members, $90 nonmembers.
Cost for lecture only: $50 members, $65 nonmembers.
Limit: 10 for lecture and field trip, 30 for lecture only. Adults only on the field trip.
Appropriate for ALL audiences.
Participants in this class will learn many intriguing facts about the 14 species of NW owls. You will also be introduced to the art of owling via a multimedia presentation and lecture.
At time of registration participants may opt for an early morning field trip to Bainbridge Island, where Barred Owls and Northern Saw-whet owls should be found and other species are possible. Participants will be responsible for providing their own transportation; options for carpooling can be organized at time of lecture.
FT directions: Take the 2:10 am Seattle to Bainbridge Island ferry Sunday morning (two hours after midnight Sunday), and meet the instructor on Bainbridge Island.
(Limit on field trip is based on limiting the number of vehicles to 3. I can accommodate 2 participants in my car, and the two other vehicles should carry 4 each.)
The lecture + field trip portion of this class is currently OUT OF STOCK, but the lecture only still has many spots remaining. To register for the lecture only version of this class, please call The Nature Shop at 206-523-4483.