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Lecturer Enlightens Audience of 130 about Hidden Lives of Snowy Owls

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

Before last winter, the common wisdom was that the Snowy Owls that occasionally left their Arctic breeding grounds to winter further south did so because they were desperate for food and arrived in our area exhausted and starving. But according to Don Crockett, who develops the interactive Snowy Owl maps for Project SNOWStorm, that common […]

Lecturer Enlightens Audience of 130 about Hidden Lives of Snowy Owls

Monday, January 26th, 2015

Before last winter, the common wisdom was that the Snowy Owls that occasionally left their Arctic breeding grounds to winter further south did so because they were desperate for food and arrived in our area exhausted and starving. But according to Don Crockett, who develops the interactive Snowy Owl maps for Project SNOWStorm, that common […]

The Hidden Lives of the Snowy Owl: A Presentation by Don Crockett of Project SNOWstorm

Friday, January 9th, 2015

Our new location at Milford City Hall has balcony seats that we will make available first come, first served, for $10 per person, payable at the door. If you’re fascinated by the Snowy Owls that have been so prominent in Connecticut this winter and last, this program will interest you. Sunday, January 252:30-3:30 p.m.Milford City […]

 

 

 

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