Join Nescopeck State Park for a 2-part program to learn all about owls! An indoor session featuring live owls with their friends from the Carbon County Environmental Education Center will be paired with an outdoor walk led by Conservation Volunteer Dave Kruel and park staff to listen for owls that might be calling. Interested participants should register and dress appropriately for the temperatures with warm footwear and layers that include hats and gloves. While there is no charge for attending this program, they’re asking folks to consider bringing an item off CCEEC’s wish list to help them out as “admission” to the program. As a non-profit, licensed wildlife rehabilitation center, every donation, no matter the size, makes a big difference. Items in need are paper towels, baby blankets, plain facial tissues, pocket hand warmers, nitrile gloves, cheerios, baby food in jars, fresh produce, parrot toys, used play-skool toys, palmolive dish liquid. Registration is required.