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Moonlight hike and owl prowl


Apr 26, 2008
8 p.m.


Reservations required.  RSVP by April 20 to Outing Leader Bill Armstrong.

Join us for a unique night hike in Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park (Westside Regional Park) under an almost full moon.  Learn about night vision and experience the nocturnal wildlife.  We'll look for owls, listen to various owl calls, and enjoy other learning activities led by the Park Naturalist.  The total hike is about one mile and will last about 1 1/2 hours.  Children old enough to be comfortable in the dark woods are welcome. 

Meet at the park's Nature Center at 8:00 p.m.  The Nature Center is located about one mile into the park.  After entering the gate, drive one mile to the end loop.  The Nature Center is on the west side.  Bring water, bug spray, closed-toed shoes, and clothing appropriate for the weather.  PLEASE DO NOT BRING A FLASHLIGHT! (Leaders will have light in case of emergency.) 

Tillie K. Fowler Regional Park (formerly Westside Regional Park) is located at 7000 Roosevelt Blvd directly across from the Jacksonville Naval Air Station's Yorktown Gate. We need a minimum of 15 participants and can’t take more than 25. 

Contact Information:

Northeast Florida Group
Bill Armstrong, 904-880-7702


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