Join us for an educational program during peak migration of Northern Saw-Whet Owls. Catching them is never guaranteed, but these programs offer a rare opportunity to learn about the research Sand Bluff and other scientists are pursuing regarding owl ecology and behavior. Experience a magical nighttime hike to listen for calling owls and other nocturnal creatures.
Friday, October 18, 7-11 pm Saturday, October 19, 7-11 pm
A per person donation (all ages) of $25 is requested. Due to late hours, it is recommended children be at least 10 years old. A minimum of 10 persons must be registered for each event to be held, with a maximum of 25 participants.
Directions: Colored Sands Forest Preserve / Sand Bluff Bird Observatory - 10602 Haas Rd., Rockton, IL 61072 - Sand Bluff Bird Observatory is located at Colored Sands Forest Preserve, 4 miles north of Shirland off Yale Bridge Road. Follow signs posted on Yale Bridge Road.