Owls and the 1910 fires is the topic of the third annual Owl Hoot program Saturday in Coeur d’Alene.
The event runs from 6 p.m. to 7:30 at the Bureau of Land Management’s Blackwell Island Recreation site on U.S. Highway 95 at the Spokane River just south of town.
“Owls play an important role in the ecosystems we manage. This year’s event will focus on the effects of the 1910 fires and how the owls responded to this crisis,” said Beth Paragamian, BLM wildlife education specialist.
Families should bring blankets and dress for cool weather. The evening will end with a campfire and s’mores.