The Audubon Society will share bird watching tips

Learn about owls at the Olivas Adobe. Photo by Michael Gordon

The sixth annual Owl Festival will occur at Olivas Adobe Historical Park on Sunday, April 23, 11 – 3 p.m.  This free afternoon of family-friendly fun will include kids’ arts and crafts, an owl info table, and photos of Olivia, the Adobe’s frequent visitor owl who has nested in the eucalyptus tree bordering the courtyard.  The Ojai Raptor Center will be giving a 1-hour presentation at I p.m. and will be bringing various birds to learn about and view.

Local artists will display handcrafted ceramics, jewelry, paintings and plants for sale.  Wildlife photographer Hal Epstein will display his owl series of photos.  The Audubon Society will share bird watching tips and Leif Engeswick will be playing music on his unique “Book Organ.”  Pizza Man Dan’s food truck will have snacks available for purchase.  The Olivas Adobe is located at 4200 Olivas Park Drive.  For more information  310-746-8021 or www.olivasadobe.org.

 

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