Hoot and Howl in North York gets in earshot of owls and coyotes
North York Mirror
Want to talk to the animals?
Then come out to Hoot and Howl, a free event at North York’s Earl Bales Park next week.
First, the night of fun and adventure will feature a short slide show on owls and coyotes.
Then, take a trip into the woods to call out to these wild creatures in the hope they will hoot or howl back.
Hosted by the City of Toronto and Toronto and Region Conservation for the Living City, the event is free but you must register by visiting www.trcastewardshipevents.ca or by calling the stewardship hotline at 416-661-6600 ext. 5660.
Hoot and Howl is recommended for adults and children over the age of seven.
Make sure you dress warmly and bring a travel mug for hot chocolate.
The event runs Tuesday Feb. 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. Meet at the Earl Bales Community Centre at 4169 Bathurst St. south of Sheppard Avenue.
In the event of extreme weather that day, call the hotline for notice of cancellation.