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Monthly Program: November 2021

November 4 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Birding Info:
Cabin Lake Bird Blinds Photos
Jerry Britten, MDAS President
MDAS President Jerry Britten will share some photos he has taken at the Cabin Lake Bird Blinds in Central Oregon.

Main Program:
Owls Through the Ages
Karla Bloem, Executive Director of the International Owl Center

Owls are omens of death. Owls are creator beings. Owl eggs can cure serious diseases. These are all views that are currently held in different cultures on different continents.

Why is it important to understand these different cultural beliefs? Because conservation efforts depend heavily on cultural attitudes. Where people have positive attitudes towards owls it is much easier to promote actions that are beneficial to owls. If people fear them, they will be more likely to want to kill owls than conserve them.

Education and personal gain have both been successfully used by several innovative individuals to make the world a better place for owls. This presentation will take you on a tour around the world throughout history to see how owls have been viewed, and hear inspiring stories of people who are creatively changing negative views.

You’ll also get to meet a live owl and ask questions. Karla Bloem is the founder and Executive Director of the International Owl Center.

Karla Bloem banding an owlet, photo by Chris Sargent

 

Details

Date:
November 4
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Zoom
CA United States

Organizer

Ariana Rickard
Phone:
3477540143
Email:
arianajrickard@gmail.com