Information Morning - Saint John | Feb 19, 2013 | 8:58

For The Birds: Owl Count

Volunteers will spend a few spring nights trying to get a rise out of our owl population, using a boom box and a notebook. It's called the Atlantic Canada Nocturnal Owl Survey. Jim Wilson is a birder and naturalist.

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