The 2nd Annual Owl-O-Rama will be held on Saturday, March 11 from 10am–4pm. These fascinating birds of prey are known for their distinct calls, nocturnal habits, and silent flight. There will be great learning experiences for the entire family. Activities range from night hikes, crafts and workshops* to live birds from the Open Door Bird Sanctuary and even a demonstration from a national and international award winning local taxidermist!
Program Fee: Free
Location: Cook-Albert Fuller Nature Center
*Workshop Fee: Eastern Screech Owl Nest Box Building - $25 – Adult Member; $30 – Public
Nest Box Building Location: The Ridges Workshop, 8288 County Q, Baileys Harbor.
Up next, The Owl Prowl will be held on March 10–11, Friday and Saturday, from 6–7:30pm. Join the Ridges naturalists to learn more about the owls of Door County and the characteristics that make them amazing nighttime hunters. We’ll head into the night to listen and then return to the Nature Center for a mug of hot chocolate by the campfire (weather permitting). Suitable for all ages.
Fee: $10 - member, $13 - public, FREE under 18
Location: Cook-Albert Fuller Center
For more information about these and other programs at The Ridges, visit RidgesSanctuary.org or call 920.839.2802.