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Audubon owl program planned for Pokagon

– The Pokagon State Park Nature Center will be host to the Stockbridge Chapter of the National Audubon Society for its monthly meeting today, followed by a special program on saw-whet owls.

The group’s brief business meeting starts at 2 p.m., but the owl program is free and open to the public. The program is “Project Owlnet – Banding the Northern Saw-whet Owl in Northwest Indiana,” led by Indiana Dunes State Park interpreter Brad Bumgardner.

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