Upcoming Public Talks by OHS Natural History Staff
Eastern Screech Owl -Photo by Greg Hume

Saturday, November 9th. Owl Prowl at Cedar Bog. Bob Glotzhober will explain the amazing adaptations of owls and discuss species known in Ohio, with a PowerPoint talk, followed by a hike on the boardwalk to try and call local owls in close. The program begins at 7:00 pm and is open to the public but space is limited and registration is recommended. Not recommended for very young children. Cost $6 per person, with Cedar Bog Association & OHS members receiving a $1 discount. Contact Cedar Bog at 937-484-3744 or [email protected]
Monday, November 11th. The Glaciers are back! – Creating the Ice Age Exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center, Columbus Natural History Society. 

Join Dave Dyer for a behind-the-scenes look at how the staff at the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History created a major exhibit on the Ice Age. Dave was employed at the Cincinnati Museum as this exhibit was built, prior to his many years at the Zoological Museum at the University of Montana, and then coming to the Ohio Historical Society. The program is free and open to the public. It starts at 7:30 at the Museum of Biological Diversity (OSU) on 1315 Kinnear Road in Columbus. Members of the Columbus Natural History Society will have a potluck that night, starting at 6:30, and the program begins at 7:30.

Pleistocene Dire Wolf sculpture, by David Might
Posted November 6, 2013

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