Owls of Oregon

Wednesday, February 11, 2015 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
City of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation
2600 SW Hillsboro Highway
Hillsboro, OR 97123
United States

Fifteen species of owl occur in Oregon, can you name them? Learn which ones are common, which are rare, which are big and which are small. Owls have amazing adaptations that allow them to rule the night, communicate with one another and occupy a variety of habitats, including Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve.

Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve Classroom
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Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve is a facility of the City of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department bordering the Tualatin River in SW Hillsboro. Features include: 635 acres of wetlands undergoing an active restoration program and riparian forest with four miles of walking trails. Over 200 species of birds recorded. A designated Important Bird Area for wintering waterfowl. Open dawn to dusk. Pets are not allowed. Education Center Building open 10am-4pm daily: real bald eagle nest, interpretive displays, nature store, classroom, restrooms.
$10 Hillsboro Resident / $15 Non-resident

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Steve Engel
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