BLM wildlife biologists Steve Godwin and Kim Coyle will lead a night hike to look for and listen to the creatures of the night on the Lower Table Rock Loop Trail (1/2 mile accessible trail) They will attempt to lure pygmy, great horned and screech owls–no guarantees! A short presentation about the unique characteristics and adaptations of the common bats, owls and other animals that are active at night in this area will precede the hike. Bring flashlights and wear good hiking shoes. The hike is free, but registration is required: https://owl-hike-2019.eventbrite.com.
Hikers will meet at the trailhead for the round trip hike. Participants should dress for the weather and terrain and bring water and snacks since hikes may last 2 – 2 ½ hours. Restrooms are available only at the trailhead; there is no drinking water. Due to limited parking at the trailhead, carpooling is encouraged. To help protect this special place, dogs and vehicles are not allowed on the trail.