Yolo Audubon hears about flammulated owls

By From page A3 | September 13, 2013

The Yolo Audubon Society will host biologist David Arsenault at its September general meeting. The public is invited to this free event to hear about Arsenault’s studies on flammulated owls near Lake Davis in Plumas County.

This population of owls is said to one of the largest and densest known population in the northern Sierra Nevada. The flammulated owl, the second smallest of North America’s owls, is listed as a U.S. Fish and Wildlife bird of conservation concern, and a California Partners in Flight focal species.

The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 18, at the Davis Senior Center, 646 A St. Come early for cookies and conversation.

For more information, visit www.yoloaudubon.org.

Enterprise staff

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