Wildlife Classes & Trainings


Owl Prowl 
Saturday, January 24, 5:30 - 8:00pm
$10 per person
Ages 10 and up
January marks the return of our celebrated Owl Prowl program. Join us as we scout the forest for these nocturnal avian hunters. The event begins with an owl pellet dissection at the Center and a presentation on our local owl species. Then we head into the woods to call these fascinating birds, then wait silently for a responses and sightings. This event always sells out so purchase your tickets at Brown Paper Tickets soon.

Urban Naturalist Series - Yoram Bauman

Tuesday, February 10, 6:00 - 8:00pm
FREE No pre-registration required

All Ages
Climate change is a very complex and expansive topic and Yoram Bauman, Ph.D. helps breakdown the issues through an unlikely method: stand-up comedy. Billed as the first and only stand-up economist, Bauman has recently published his latest book, The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change, where the issue is dealt with through science, humor and optimism. Now Yoram will bring his entertaining and urgent message to the Royal Room in Columbia City as part of Seward Park Audubon Center's Naturalist's Lecture Series.

Owl Prowl 

Saturday, February 21st: 6:30pm-8:30pm
$10 per person
Ages 10 and up
Join us as we search for our resident owls. Your prowl will begins learning about these amazing nocturnal predators, their habitats, behaviors and language including a dissection of owl pellets to find the bones and skull from their prey. We continue with a night hike deep into the old growth forest where we will call out to find these skillful birds. This event always sells out so purchase your tickets at Brown Paper Tickets soon.

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