AE21 Wild Life with Carlton Burke: Meet the Barred Owl

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Wednesday February 17

1:00 PM  –  2:00 PM

 

Wild Life with Carlton Burke: Meet the Barred Owl

Instructor: Carlton Burke

ONLINE  Wednesday, February 17; 1 to 2 p.m.

$15 Member | $20 Non-member

 

Nobody better to teach us about wildlife in the Blue Ridge than Carlton Burke, a naturalist, educator, and licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator. This lunch hour series will introduce you to a different animal neighbor each month. Learn more about mountain wildlife species and what you can to do protect and preserve them.

This Wednesday at 1, get to know the Barred Owl, whose hooting call, “Who cooks for you? Who cooks for you-all?” is a classic sound of old forests and treed swamps. Special appearance from Harry, a prominent member of Burke's "flock" of live animal ambassadors.

*Instructions for joining via Zoom will be included in your confirmation email following registration. A recording of the class will be made available to registered participants for a limited period following the session for review and to provide access to those with scheduling conflicts.

 

Carlton Burke is a naturalist and educator who operates Carolina Mountain Naturalists, an educational service which offers wildlife and nature educational programs throughout western North Carolina. He also was on the staff of the western North Carolina Nature Center in Asheville for over 25 years as the Curator of Exhibits. Carlton co-hosts a weekly radio program NATURE NEWS and is also a NC state and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitator.   

 

Arboretum Members: Please sign in above in the top right-hand corner before adding classes to your shopping cart. Your member discount will be applied on the checkout pageClick here for membership discount instructions. To become an Arboretum Member and receive discounts on all classes, go to our Membership page. 

Additional donations are always welcome and appreciated. Proceeds go to support intergenerational education at the North Carolina Arboretum.

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