The first lecture introduced the local community to owls already living here, describing habitat, concentrating on availability of nesting locations, and prey to eat. The second lecture covers owls used as means of rodent control... integrated pest management... Nest boxes etc... Presented by the Inverness Garden Club,this is the second part of the Hungry Owls Project. Go to http://www.hungryowl.org/owlcams.html for more information or to http://www.invernessgardens.org.
Festivals & Workshops
Saturday, June 8
A Two Day Workshop: Attendees will learn about California's grassland ecology, the qualities of native grass species with respect to restoration, and become skilled at recognizing the basic groups and species through working with plant samples in the classroom. On Day 2, students will explore local grasslands to utilize ID skills in the field. For more information call: 530-297-0500 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.