Eyes On Owls: A Fascinating Look At The World Of Owls Held at Museum Of Natural History In Brewster

There are over 200 species of Owls in the world…in various parts of the Cape we should be able to see or hear at least 8 of them. Marcia and Mark Wilson (Dunstable, Ma.) give a fascinating program call “Eyes On Owls” to educate us on the world of Owls and where and what signs to look for in the great outdoors. The program was held at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, 6A Brewster andthe Wilson’s brought 6 live Owls and one falcon for the audience to view up close. A few fun Owl facts: they do not make nests-instead use abandoned nests of other birds…they do not have a sense of smell…a group of owls is called a parliament. Owlright!

Eyes On Owls: A Fascinating Look At The World Of Owls

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By Spencer Kennard

As a child, spending summers in North Truro, I thought Cape Cod began at the Wellfleet Drive-In and ended at Provincetown. As a photographer, I now know that all the Cape towns leading to the canal have their own unique beauty and charm.

Roughly 30 years ago, I had the good fortune to work with the legendary photographer Dick Kelsey and as owner of Kelsey-Kennard have specialized in aerial photography as well as landscape/scenic, portraits, weddings, and photographing events on the Cape, the Islands, and beyond.

Photographs from our Gallery in Chatham are displayed in homes and businesses locally and world-wide.

Besides photography I also enjoy boating/ fishing (fish are usually very safe when I’m out there,) gardening and tennis. Cape Cod is a very special place and I look forward to sharing my images with you as I travel about.


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