The Tuckerton Seaport has a pocket forest related with its re-produced maritime village in which some nighttime hoots from forest inhabitants can be read. Join a Seaport naturalist for a 90-moment walk in research of owls on the evenings of Jan. 23 and Feb. 28.
Participants may possibly spy the threatened barred owl, Eastern screech owl and good horned owl, all of which call the New Jersey Pinelands residence.
Groups are confined to a dozen and should don masks, have a flashlight and observe social distancing. Meet at the Tuckers Island Lighthouse at 6 p.m. for a quick reconnoiter. Dress heat. The trail walk is rain or shine, but sturdy wind or snow cancels the outings. Tickets – $10 and Seaport users get a invest in one particular, get a single deal – are available at tuckertonseaport.org. Owl sightings are not guaranteed. —P.J.