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Small Mountain Owls

Naturalist Nights 2017 | Scott Rashid

Scott will speak about his wide-ranging research interests concerning the tiny owls that inhabit the area in and around Rocky Mountain National Park. There have been many unanswered questions about the Northern Saw-whet, Northern Pygmy, Flammulated and Boreal Owls such as preferred nesting habitat, longevity, favored prey, and site fidelity. With his dedicated volunteers, banding station data and hands-on rehabilitation experience, Scott is increasing our understanding of these charismatic creatures.

Scott Rashid is an artist, author, bird rehabilitator and is the director of the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute or CARRI. For the past 30 years, Scott has been researching a wide variety of bird species. including the Great Horned Owl, Northern Pygmy-Owl, Northern Saw-whet Owl, Barn Owl, and Northern Goshawk, just to name a few. Scott has been working with Great Horned Owls for more than 30 years, through research and rehabilitation of the owls.

Naturalist Nights are brought to you through a partnership between Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Wilderness Workshop, and Roaring Fork Audubon.
Thanks to our 2017 community sponsors for making it possible to film the Naturalist Nights series.

Scott Rashid, Director, Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute

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