We know you’re out there. This video was really great!
We know that you are all owl fans here at UV INDEX due to our unusually prevalent coverage of the Strigiformes, so you’re probably already done polishing your owl pins and headed to the dry cleaners to pick up your owl hats, but just in case you lost track of the date while catching up on all the latest owl news, let us remind you: Bigger than Coachella, bigger than Sundance, bigger than Oktoberfest … The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is hosting its annual Owl Festival on Saturday and Sunday. YEAH!
For a ticket price of $13 (ages 4-17 and 62+) to $15 (adults), you can …
- Gather with live owls from all over the world
- Hear their ~*~* life stories *~*~
- Create crafts
- Learn about current owl research and VINS owl rehab projects
- Get yer face painted
- Eat some food
- Wear some costumes
- AND MORE
VINS is located right off of Route 4 in Quechee.
Very devastatingly, I cannot make it to Owl Festival this weekend, because I have a prior commitment to do boring adult stuff. If you go, let me know what you thought — and maybe send a pic or two! — at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, thanks for the shoutout, Howe Library! Click here to read the full story.
You may remember from reading UV INDEX in recent weeks that we are in the midst of a snowy owl irruption in North America.
Also, owls in general tend to test well with UV INDEX readers. 😉