Owl Prowl at Conservation Center

Did you know that New Hampshire is home to 11 species of owls that call our woodlands and fields home? The Forest Society is proud to steward thousands of acres of wildlife habitat and also protect this habitat and these wild neighbors’ homes. This program, in partnership with Tailwinds environmental educators, will allow participants to meet an owl ambassador up close and in person, learn about raptor biology, adaptations and natural history, habitat and environmental concerns as well as the impact of humans on wildlife and raptors and what you can do to help these wild neighbors. Following our program, we will take a short walk around Conservation Center to practice our owl calls.


Forest Society members & children: free.

Not-yet-members: $10.

Spots are limited so register today via the link below the map.

(Sign up for a membership here, starting at only $40/year, and attend free!)

*Please note, flash photography and pets will not be permitted at this event* 

Contact tripley@forestsociety.org with questions 

Learn more about Tailwinds Raptor Education and Conservation at their website www.tailwinds.live or visit their social media 

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  • Facebook: @Tailwinds: Raptor Education and Conservation 

Conservation Center

54 Portsmouth Street
ConcordMerrimack County, New Hampshire 03301