Learn of New Jersey's owls at the botanical garden


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  • Photo courtesy of Myke Malzone The Great Horned Owl is one of the New Jersey natives you’ll meet in a free program about the Owls of New Jersey at the New Jersey State Botanical Garden



NJBG invites you to learn more about the Owls of New Jersey at the New Jersey State Botanical Garden on Sunday, Feb. 26, at 1 p.m.

Don Torino of the Bergen County Audubon Society will offer an indoor photo presentation on these fascinating and important raptors, touching on the many different species that inhabit our region. There will be no live specimens.

This program is free and will be held indoors at the Carriage House Visitor Center. Ongoing snow cancels.

The New Jersey State Botanical Garden at Skylands is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day in the winter,. Admission to the garden is always free; parking is also free in the fall, winter and spring.

NJBG receives no funding from the State of New Jersey or from on-site operators. Donations and sponsorships are always appreciated.

NJBG/Skylands is located on Morris Road in Ringwood. For an event schedule, membership brochure, directions or more information, call 973-962-9534 or visit www.njbg.org.

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