This Owl Prowl will be led by well-known local expert Ian McGuire. Ian’s owl prowls are a night-time walk in woodlands for all the family where you can learn about British owls through his iPad video presentations and through the evening he will be calling wild tawny owls in the hope that one will call back and possibly fly in for everyone to view.
No captive owls are used at this event but Ian’s success rate for calling in wild owls is approximately 60% so the anticipation of seeing a wild one is always very great. We’re hoping that the tawny owls we saw last time on the edge of Wapley Common may put in an appearance once again.
Fri 10 November, meet 7 pm at the Shire Way entrance to the Nature Reserve. Please wear sensible footwear and bring a torch.
(Organised by Wapley Bushes Conservation Group, sponsored by South Gloucestershire Council)