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WORKSHOP: Owl Field Techniques

March 13 @ 16:45 - 23:00 MDT

Free

Presented by Lisa Takats-Priestley and Chuck Priestley, STRIX Ecological

The first part of this workshop will kick off with an introduction to Alberta’s owls and their ecology. There will be an overview of standardized protocols used to monitor and research diurnal and nocturnal owls. Local owl research and monitoring efforts will be described and Lisa and Chuck will share ideas about how you can get involved.

For the second part of the workshop, the group will travel together out to one of the Alberta Nocturnal Owl Survey routes where you will conduct surveys at ten long term monitoring stations. The roadside surveys are surrounded by some of central Alberta’s best owl woods. Data have been collected for more than a decade at these locations.
Please note: the workshop will begin in the Norsemen Inn Salon A1, then a bus will transport workshop participants to the off-site owl survey locations. Please prepare for being outside at night for (possible) cold winter temperatures. Dress warm and carry a flashlight. A good motto for all owl enthusiasts!!

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Details

Date:
March 13
Time:
16:45 - 23:00 MDT
Cost:
Free
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ACTWS
Email:
info@actws.ca
Website:
www.actws.ca

Venue

norsemen inn, camrose
6505 48th Ave
Camrose, Alberta Canada
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