Marsh Owls- Online

Sponsored by Mass Audubon Education
February 10, 2021 (Wednesday) 7:00-8:30pm




Scott Santino - Teacher-Naturalist, Ipswich River ; Sean Riley - Forest and Park Supervisor for the Department of Conservation and Recreation's (DCR) Belle Isle Marsh Reservation and Rumney Marsh






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Owls are arguably the most exciting group of birds to learn about because of their nocturnal habits and amazing predatory adaptations. The diversity in owl species increases during the winter months in Massachusetts so now is a perfect time to learn about these fascinating birds. Tonight's presentation will focus on three species: the Snowy Owl, Short-eared Owl, and Long-eared Owl. These owls primarily breed in Canada and it's only during the winter months we have a chance to see them, usually by coast marshes. Join us to learn about these 'marsh owls' and what's being done to help support these ambassadors of bird conservation.

A portion of this program is funded through the generosity of the Newburyport Bank and Boston Partners Financial Group, LLC.

This lecture is one of the online offerings in this year's Merrimack River Eagle Festival. For more information about the Eagle Festival and a full list of participating programs, please go to

Instructions and Directions:

24 hours before program start you will receive login information and instructions to join this program via Microsoft Teams.

Registration is required.
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For more information, contact:

Mass Audubon Education
208 S Great Rd
Lincoln, MA 01773
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