It’s time again to join the Riverwood Conservancy on one of their nature walks.

On January 30th, Dave Taylor will lead the line in the search for some owl’s and coyote’s, with Taylor using his signature calls to try and garner a response from the animals. It’s a lesson in how to attract specific animals with the right equipment, but it’s a fun night even if you aren’t interested in that specific aspect.

Riverwood’s resident naturalist, Dave Taylor, is a renowned photographer and speaker, with more than 30 years in the industry. Taylor conducts walks like this one every year with a fantastic track record of spotting various animals and teaching the group all about the species. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone better suited for the job.

The event takes place outdoors, on a short walk from the Conservancy, and it’s still pretty cold outside, so be sure to dress appropriately. Owl Prowl & Coyote Howl is usually one of the more popular Riverwood activities, so we’re expecting a good crowd as always.

The event takes place at 7:00 PM and ends around 8:30 PM on Tuesday, all those attending will meet in the main parking lot of the Riverwood Conservancy. For those who have never been before, the Conservancy can be found at 4300 Riverwood Park Lane. Registration for the event can be completed here.