Owl Hoot with Stewart Wechsler at Lincoln Park
Join Seattle nature guide Stewart Wechsler for a fun and fascinating Owl Hoot in Lincoln Park.
Stewart is an ecological consultant and botanist. Hooked on nature since childhood, Stewart loves to share his passion for native plants, animals and their ecosystems with people of all ages.
Join enthusiastic and knowledgeable naturalist Stewart Wechsler on an owling adventure at Seattle’s Lincoln Park! Will the Barred Owls be hooting it up as courtship season approaches? We think they might be. In addition to looking and listening for owls, we’ll be treated to an evening tour of the park. We’ll see and smell some of the park’s plants, a few of which are already showing signs of spring. We’ll also peek under a few logs to see if any invertebrates or vertebrates are home. Stewart will demonstrate his impressive hoots (even though the owls already know his voice and no longer respond as well as they once did!) The suggested donation to Stewart’s Stewardship cause is $1 to $20 – your choice.
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WHEN: Saturday, January 7th 4:00 pm. We will go for about 2 hours from dusk to dark.
WHERE: Lincoln Park in West Seattle. Meet at the kiosk by the middle of the north parking lot at Lincoln Park (across from Rose St)
WHO: All knowledge stages and ages are welcome!
WHAT TO BRING: Dress for the weather, bring a flashlight, and pack binoculars if you have them.
Contact: You don’t have to RSVP, but if you have questions or want to let us know you are coming, call Stewart at (206) 932-7225 or send an email to Lauren, the co-organizer.