FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 22, 2016
O.W.L.S. PROGRAM ON OWLS
The Buena Vista County Conservation Board, Cherokee County Conservation Board, and The Storm Lake Public Library are partnering to offer O.W.L.S. programs. O.W.L.S stands for Older, Wiser, and Livelier Souls, which means that the programs are geared towards adults. This program series will alternate between Buena Vista and Cherokee counties and each time the program will be on a different topic.
On Wednesday, January 11th at 2:00 PM, a program on owls will be offered at the Storm Lake Public Library meeting room. Each program will offer coffee, lemonade, and an assortment of baked goods. If you plan on attending, please let Katie know by Monday, January 9th by calling 712-295-7985. This program can be cancelled due to lack of participants.
Owls are a fascinating group of nocturnal raptors. Iowa is home to nine different species of owl and they are an integral part of the food chain. Come to learn all about owls in your area and learn to identify owls by their call. Luna, the Buena Vista County Conservation Board’s education barred owl, will be making an appearance and she a good example of a common owl in our area.