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Travis Audubon Society: Owls of Central Texas

September 30, 2023 @ 2:00 pm 3:00 pm

The Round Rock Public Library and the Travis Audubon Society present Owls of Central Texas from 2 to 3 p.m., Sat., September 30, Round Rock Public Library, Meeting Rooms A & B.

You may not see owls frequently, but there is probably at least one species that lives in your neighborhood. This talk explores some of the stories and facts about our regularly-occurring Central Texas owl species, from barn owls to screech owls.

About the presenter

MaryG Zell is an environmental geologist who worked on cleaning up contaminated soil and groundwater, from gas stations to Superfund sites. When her daughter was born she went back to school to get a second master’s degree in library and information science, and worked as a school librarian for 15 years. Now retired, she can pursue her love of birds. She recently completed the Travis Audubon Master Birder course, and loves speaking about birds. MaryG is also a volunteer at the Children’s Desk at RRPL every Tuesday afternoon.

This activity is part of The Moon and Beyond, a series of events in September and October in support of RRPL’s One Community Four Books program. Some attendees will win a free pair of solar eclipse viewing glasses to use for the eclipses visible in Round Rock on Oct. 14, 2023 and April 8, 2024.


200 E. Liberty Ave
Round Rock, TX, TX 78664 United States
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