Thu Jun 30, 2022

october, 2018

20oct5:34 pm5:34 pmN.C. Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville presents: "Birds of the Night: Who Cooks for You?"This is a free event at the museum


Event Details

Discover the myths, mysteries and misconceptions about nocturnal birds. What does the screech of a Screech owl sound like? Do Barn Owls really like barns? And what about the horns of a Great Horned Owl? There are many interesting “facts”, and myths, about nocturnal animals.

Come learn the avian truth and a few cultural highlights about things that go “HOOT” or “WHIPPOORWILL” or “PEENT” in the night.
Afterwards, join museum staff for an OWL-natomy lesson by taking an in-depth look at the skeletons and muscles of several birds of the night.

This is a free event.

Meet Saturday, October 20, from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. at N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences at 415 S Madison St in Whiteville.


(Saturday) 5:34 pm - 5:34 pm

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