Join professional guides and Wild Center naturalists on an owl prowl in Madawaska, part of the vast and remote Santa Clara tract. Explore the diverse complex of habitats that composes Madawaska as we head out in the evening and search for overflying Common Nighthawks and listen for the toots of Northern Saw-whet Owl. We will also be listening for the hoots of both Great-horned Owl and Barred Owl, the latter of which can fill the night air with a cacophony of quacks and calls. The owls will be calling against a backdrop of frogs and toads all in full throat during the frenzy of spring, and we will stop to listen to them as well. Beavers will also slap their tails at us in the darkness and there is also the chance of finding more elusive species of mammals, such as fisher, coyote and red fox out for the night as well. You never know what we might find in the woods!