Critter Spotlight - Owls

February 19th, 1:30 pm2:30 pm

Free for members
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Owls have many adaptations for their life in the forest. Totally silent flight, sharp talons, and large eyes set forward make them stealthy hunters. Learn all about these impressive predatory adaptations and the owl species that live in Minnesota. 

Meet our wildest staff members!
The animal residents at Quarry Hill Nature Center are hardworking and, with the help of a naturalist, love to tell their story. Critter programs focus on the eating, sleeping and survival skills of an animal that calls Quarry Hill home. 

January - Animals Surviving Winter
February - Owls
March - Snakes
April - Frogs & Toads
May - Worms & Decomposers
September - Insects
October - Turtles
November - Bats (weather permitting, this may include a trip to the cave)
December - Snakes

  • Children 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult
  • All ages are welcome to participate. Tickets required for 24 months and older.
  • No pets or food allowed in the Nature Center