Sold Out! Who’s Hootin’? A Great Horned Owl Experiencewith Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation
February 4 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Description: A family friendly event designed to raise awareness about injured and orphaned wildlife, with a focus on the Great Horned Owl. Your group will be visited by Calgary Wildlife’s resident Great Horned Owl, Ophelia – and learn about what distinguishes a raptor, about owl physiology, owl behavior, and the secret of silent flight. The presentation will be followed up with a fun owl inspired craft, led by one of our very own art & nature instructors.
Audience: Ages 6 & Up
Supplies: Please dress for the weather. Snacks and beverages are encouraged as there are no food services on site.
Registration cost: $ 15.06 per participant
Cancellation and Refund Policy: Please note there is a NO REFUND policy on all Leighton Art Centre workshops. A refund will only be issued to participants if the workshop is cancelled by the workshop coordinator due to insufficient enrollment, extreme weather conditions, or Covid-19 restrictions. Workshops may be cancelled prior to the start date and participants will be notified via email and/or phone, and a full refund will be processed.
Withdrawal from workshops for medical reasons must be accompanied by a doctor’s medical note or a positive COVID 19 rapid test and must be received by the Leighton workshop coordinator prior to the workshop start date to be qualified for a full refund.
Organization Information: Calgary Wildlife education programs serve to inform the public about our services emphasizing the value of wildlife rehabilitation, address conservation issues, provide information (physiology/adaptations/migration) about native wildlife, and create conversations around the implications of human activities on the health and safety of wild animals.