“Owls in Mythology and Culture”
Throughout history people have regarded owls with fascination and awe. Owls have been feared and venerated, despised and admired, considered wise and foolish, associated with witchcraft and medicine, birth and death. This presentation will explore the myths that have supported these beliefs throughout history.
Robert Mesta is a wildlife biologist who spent many years working for US Fish and Wildlife. Since retiring from there, he helped create Liberty Wildlife’s Non-Eagle Feather Repository which provides federally protected feathers and bird body parts to Native Americans in tribes across America for their religious ceremonies.
Liberty Wildlife’s Speaker Series introduces the public to various guest speakers about topics having to do with nature, wildlife, conservation and sustainability.
Sunday September 30th we welcome wildlife biologist and Liberty Wildlife friend Robert Mesta to speak to our visitors.
Doors open to Liberty Wildlife at 9am. The presentation begins at 10:15am.
$6/adults, $5/seniors and veterans, $4/students K-12