March 21 - Sheep Pasture After Dark: Owl Prowl
Sheep Pasture After Dark: Owl Prowl
Thursday, March 21st
6:30 - 8:00 PM
NRT Educator Hannah will lead a guided hike through Sheep Pasture's trails, and help uncover the secret lives of these birds of the night! Participants will also get the chance to dissect their own owl pellet, made up of all the undigestible bits of an owl's diet! Dig through the fur and bones to discover what kinds of animals our owls like to eat!
As part of the Sheep Pasture After Dark series, this program is available to all ages.
In our Sheep Pasture After Dark program series, you can expect to discover nature in a whole new way! NRT Educators will guide you through our property after nightfall when our trails are closed to the public! Each program features a unique topic and is suitable for all ages unless noted otherwise. This program is suitable for all ages.
All hikes are slow-paced on relatively level trails, and we encourage you to bring flashlights, good walking shoes, plenty of water, and anything else you might need for our 90-minute excursion!
Sheep Pasture After Dark programs will meet in front of the Carriage House. The Carriage House can be found across the driveway from our chicken coops - it’s the building with two sets of double doors and the concrete ramp! The physical address for the Carriage House is 307R Main Street, North Easton.
Sheep Pasture After Dark programs are 100% outdoors, rain or shine – make sure you come dressed for the weather! In the event of severe weather, we will update this event post to reflect any cancellations or rescheduling.
Registration is required for participants 5 and up. Children 4 and under are free.
If you have any questions, please email NRT's Education Department!