July 2, 2024

Owl Party

Tucson Neighbors Gather Nightly To View Great Horned Owls And Create Community
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If you’re driving through Tucson’s Palo Verde neighborhood and see dozens of people staring up at a tree, you might have stumbled upon an owl party. Each evening, these people gather to see what the resident Great Horned Owl family is doing, and in the process, get to know their neighbors and create a stronger community.

Producer, Co-Videographer: David Fenster
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