Adopt a Western Burrowing Owl
Western Burrowing Owls need our help! This unique owl that lives and nests underground continues to experience widespread population declines. Western Burrowing Owls are listed as Endangered in Canada and Threatened in Mexico. They are considered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to be a Bird of Conservation Concern at the national level, in three USFWS regions, and in nine Bird Conservation Regions. At the state level, Burrowing Owls are listed as Endangered in Minnesota, Threatened in Colorado, and as a Species of Concern in Arizona, California, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
Some states have seen populations decline by as much as 68% over the last 40 years.
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By adopting a Western Burrowing Owl, you help Urban Bird Foundation protect critical grassland habitat, rescue injured Western Burrowing Owls, save owls, their offspring and their burrows from development, and advocate for conservation policies.
With this adoption you will receive:
- With this adoption you will receive:
- Urban Owl Beanie
- Personalized adoption certificate
- 5” x 7” postcard with Burrowing Owl facts
- “I Saved a Burrowing Owl” Sticker
- Urban Bird Foundation sticker
- Acknowledgment letter