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Estes Park Events Complex

1125 Rooftop Way

Estes Park, CO 80517

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Come and learn about the eleven species of owls that make Northern Colorado their home.

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On September 24th Scott Rashid, the Director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute (CARRI) will discuss the natural history of the 11 species of owls that inhabit Northern Colorado.

Scott has studied owls in Colorado since 1989 and has identified information about many of these species that was previously unknown. For example, Scott found and documented the first Flammulated Owl nest in the History of RMNP, in 2004; and this past summer, Scott documented the first ever Boreal Owl nest in the history of RMNP.

Scott will detail the courtship, food preferences, nesting and post fledgling activities of these owls. With much of his information he discusses is his own findings.

Scott has also written two books about owls; Small Mountain Owls and the Great Horned Owl an in-depth Study.

Come and join us for an informative and exciting evening about the elusive Owls of Northern Colorado.

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