Butterfly Conservatory looks at the lives of owls

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    From Niagara This Week:

    When staff at the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory planned for exhibits for Ontario’s 150th birthday, naturally they looked up to kick things off.

    “We are starting with the sky,” said Cheryl Tindall, curator of the conservatory. “The land animals will come later.

    In partnership with the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), the conservatory is playing host to an exhibit dedicated to Northern Owls, focusing on their behaviour, biology and lifestyle. The exhibit is the first under the conservatory’s “Rooted” initiatives. The travelling exhibit is on loan from the ROM. Funding for the Rooted series came from the province’s Ontario 150 fund.

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