Storefront Science: Who Knows What Owls Eat In Inwood Hill Park?

Did you know that Inwood Hill Park is called home by the Great Horned Owl? Eastern Screech-Owls also nest in the vicinity. Find out how these animals survive in our parks and what they eat!
Want to learn more about food chains and food webs? Join Dr. A for a dissection of owl pellets and see what you discover!

Saturday, February 25, 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Please note: Space is limited to 15 children (ages 5-11). RSVP is required; please email RSVP@FortTryonParkTrust.org to register.

Inwood Hill Park’s Payson Center, Dyckman Street & Payson Avenue, Inwood, New York

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