Many people have heard an owl but few have ever seen one. Mt. Cuba Center’s varied landscapes and topography provide the ideal habitats for four of Delaware’s native owl species – the barred, barn, great horned, and Eastern screech – and winter is the best time to spot them roosting in our trees. The owl is nocturnal so join in as the group searches for them just after dusk. Following a brief introductory lecture, attendees will head out into the garden and listen for their unique calls. With the help of the full moon you might get lucky and spot a mother owl on the nest. Be prepared to walk outdoors. Snow date for this class is Feb. 9.