Owls are creatures of rare beauty and unique biological interest. They play an enormously important role in keeping the balance in nature. Come spend an evening with these creatures with large eyes and silent flight, and learn why they are so magical. In this class we will learn about the local owls of the Bay Area, their habitats and their hoots. After learning a brief natural history of each owl, we will get up close and personal with an Olema Barn owl couple and their fledglings through footage of an owlcam set up in their nest box. We will meet live owls brought into the classroom and study their unique and amazing physical attributes. We will then go out into the field at night and explore some of their preferred habitats. Come learn why the true facts of owls are even more fascinating than their myths! Also open to youth (age 15-17) with attending adult.