Meet at Carol’s Café in Prattville at 7:45 PM to carpool to site.
Bring headlamp or flashlight, binoculars, hiking shoes, long pants, jacket, and bug spray.
Activity level 3. Hiking in the woods in the dark.
DESCRIPTION: Meet at Carol’s Café in Prattville at 7:45pm. The group will then travel to a nearby area of National Forest land to prowl for owls. We’ll stop at various locations to listen and look for owls. Trip includes driving and walking on dirt roads and short walks off road in the forest. Participants will learn to identify and even imitate the calls of owls. Bring a headlamp or flashlight, water, warm clothes, and sturdy shoes. High profile/4wd vehicles recommended; carpooling is encouraged. Trip limited to 12 participants.
TRIP LEADER: RACHEL BAUER Rachel Bauer grew up in northern California, earned a BS in Wildlife Biology from UC Davis, and is currently a wildlife field biologist for Plumas National Forest. Rachel came to Quincy in 2002 to work on a spotted owl research project and has been studying owls on Plumas and Lassen National Forests ever since. Her interests include old growth forest wildlife species and how they interact with fire and land management activities.