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Saw Whet Owls

  • Aired: 10/15/2009
  • 07:30
  • Rating: TV-G
We profile one of our state's most secretive predators, the saw whet owl. This bird is seldom seen; it ventures out only at night and weighs just a few ounces. But every year, the Woodland Dunes Nature Center in Manitowoc County hosts an "Owl Fest" and the saw whet is the star of the show. Join us as we profile the "Night Gang", a life-long bird bander, and the Woodland Dunes Nature Center.
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A profile of the annual "Owl Fest" at the Woodland Dunes Nature Center in Manitowoc County
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