Private Owl Prowl

New! Private Owl Prowls with National Aviary Ornithologist Bob Mulvihill

Who-o-o will you hear calling from the trees at night? Take a twilight trek through Pittsburgh’s parks with National Aviary Ornithologist Bob Mulvihill to search for owls on a private Owl Prowl! Bring your small group to learn about the various owl species found in and around Pittsburgh, get to know their adaptations and behaviors, and with any luck, hear one calling from up in the trees! Stay tuned for 2021 Dates!

Price: $300 for groups up to 10

Location: Several locations are available in the Pittsburgh area. Please contact us for more details!

To Book Today: Availability is limited. Please contact us at education.programs@aviary.org to learn more. 

Enhanced Safety Protocols

Participants should wear appropriate footwear for walking on unpaved paths and have a flashlight handy. Protective face masks must be worn over the nose and mouth and physical distancing is observed during all National Aviary activities, regardless of vaccination status. 

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