Sacajawea Audubon

Annual Owl Prowl – March 21st

Great Horned Owl  (L. Harris photo)

Great Horned Owl (L. Harris photo)


Join Sacajawea Audubon for our annual Owl Prowl on Saturday, March 21st. MT State Park Naturalist and birder extraordinaire Tom Forwood, Jr. will lead the field trip.  Some of the owl species we hope to hear, and possibly see, include Western Screech-Owl, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Northern Saw-Whet Owl and Great Horned Owl.  This is an evening field trip, so please dress for cold weather, including warm boots.  Snowshoes are not necessary, but grippers might be helpful if conditions are icy.  The location of the Owl Prowl is TBD. 


If you are interested in going on this field trip, please contact Tom Forwood to sign up at or phone 406-570-6432.  Field trip is limited to 10 participants.  Registered participants will meet at the Museum of the Rockies parking lot at 7:30 p.m. for carpooling.

Tom Forwood, Jr. has a Masters in Environmental History from MSU and has been with MT State Parks for 17 years, having spent about half of that time as a Park Ranger at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park.
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