In January, the Montgomery County Council is holding three committee worksessions on Ten Mile Creek.
Join the Save Ten Mile Creek Coalition
Natural History of Owls
Tuesday, January 14 (7-9:30 pm) NEW DATE
Leader: Paul Engman
Special free program; registration required.
Local owl populations swell during the winter as resident species are joined by northern migrants. Looking for owls and understanding their specialized adaptations is an exciting winter activity. This illustrated slide lecture at our Woodend Sanctuary will cover field identification techniques, basic adaptations and natural history of owls, as well as tips on where and how to find owls in the field.
Nature Travel ‒ South Florida:
Exploring the Dynamic Everglades
January 25-30, 2014, optional extension to February 2
Escape winter and enjoy the biological richness of southern Florida. Led by Tom and Judy Gire and John Bjerke, our trip visits a variety of natural areas in Everglades National Park, along with the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center and the Wakodahatchee Wetlands near West Palm Beach. An optional extension continues the trip to February 2 with visits to Corkscrew Swamp, Rookery Bay, Tigertail Beach, and Everglades City.