Everything you ever wanted to know about what makes owls incredibly interesting and majestic creatures.

By Staff

February 8th, 2022



Burlington Green is inviting everyone to a fascinating webinar on February 23 from 6:30-7:30pm:  The Mystique of Owls: An Introduction to Owling in Ontario with guest speaker, Bob Bell!

Owls are incredibly interesting and majestic creatures

“Bob joined us back in September providing a superb Introduction to Birding in a  presentation so we are thrilled to have him join us again.”

Owls are incredibly interesting and majestic creatures. If you have ever wanted to learn more about owls and owling in Ontario, then you will want to tune in to this event!

Avid local birder and member of the Bird Friendly Hamilton Burlington team, Bob Bell, introduces the mystical world of owling! You can expect to learn about: owls in culture, the “superpowers” of owls that make them unique, tips for owling, ethical owling, and more!

Are you interested but not able to attend? No problem, this event will be recorded. A link to the video recording will be sent to all registrants following the event. Closed captioning will be available on the recorded link.

Register to attend the webinar!

This event is supported by the Burlington Foundation and NUVO Network.


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2 comments to Everything you ever wanted to know about what makes owls incredibly interesting and majestic creatures.

  • BurlingtonGreen

    Thank you for sharing our event! We’re looking forward to Bob’s presentation and hope that everyone enjoys it as much as the Introduction to Birding event we had with him last year. He really is an amazing birder and speaker.

  • Phil Waggett

    Bob is an excellent birder, photographer and speaker. I have no doubt that his presentation will be informative and interesting.

    I would add a caution for any readers who are following this article. If you find an owl during the day, please don’t get too close and stress the bird. Owls generally sleep during day. Nor should you use a camera flash in low light as the light may hurt the owl’s vision. Also worthy of mention–owls are starting to nest, especially great horned owls and screech owls (one of this species in Milton has been incubating eggs for the past 3-4 weeks.