Snowy Owls with Paul Bannick

Snowy Owls with Paul Bannick

Join Paul Bannick for an enlightening discussion of the Snowy Owl, including descriptions of courting, mating and raising families and young owls struggling to survive the winter and gain independence. “I enjoy sharing what I have learned about each owl’s habitat and the animals with which they share these places,” he says. “They have taught me a lot about survival and what we can do as citizens to save them.”
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Award-winning photographer and author of Snowy Owl: A Visual Natural History Paul Bannick will speak on “Arctic Messenger: What the Snowy Owl Tells Us” on Wednesday, September 30, at 7:00 pm. Originally scheduled for last spring as part of the Vashon Center for the Arts’ TALKS on the ROCK series, his presentation will be offered as a one-time-only Zoom talk. The Zoom format will enable this extraordinary bird photographer and author to feature never-before-shown photographs of the “arctic owl” as he describes how they breed and survive on the Arctic tundra and in wintering areas farther south.

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