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ORI to present for VINS Virtual Owl Friday

Vermont Institute of Natural Science. April 4, 2023 | 6-7 pm EST. Zoom. Great Gray Owls & Tree Snags with ORI's Beth Mendelsohn. Image of two Great Gray Owl chicks sitting in their nest on top of a broken snag; an adult Great Gray Owl perched on a tree stump.

Mark your calendars! Join ORI's Beth Mendelsohn via Zoom as she presents on ORI's Great Gray Owl research and the importance of snags for Great Grays and other owl species.

This Zoom presentation is hosted by the Vermont Institute of Natural Science. Beth's presentation is free and open to the public, though registration is required. Link below!


Friday, April 14 / 6 PM – 7 PM

Free & Open to the Public; $10 Suggested Donation

Virtual via Zoom

For six years the researchers at the Owl Research Institute have been studying Great Gray Owls. Not only are they tracking the population with long-term monitoring of nest sites, they are learning more about what types of trees these owls need, mainly large dead trees. These snags are a critical component of forest ecosystems and provide homes for a myriad of species but unfortunately these trees are commonly cut down. Join us for this virtual event to learn more about this research initiative from owl biologist, Beth Mendelsohn.

For more information, contact the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences at 802.359.5000 or


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