Imagine walking down a trail quietly with 30 other people united with the hope of seeing or hearing an owl on the night breeze. It’s hard to believe that this populated area where we live is also home to some of the most majestic wildlife, wildlife is all around us Downriver!
On Saturday, Nov. 8, we began the night with an introduction by Interpreter Dorothy McLeer from the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Environmental Interpretive Center and Refuge Volunteer. Her interpretation of the natural history of owls set the mood for the adventure through the woods. This is the time of year to get owls to respond to calls, as this is their mating season. [Read more…]