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Help Us Raise $10,000 for North American Owls

Giving Tuesday:
Preserve North American Owls

This Giving Tuesday we are raising $10,000 for owls all over Norther America. Our organization depends greatly on donations from concerned citizens like you. 

23% funded
$2,280.00 of the $10,000.00 raised so far

Your donations can help ensure these gorgeous animals stay safe from human intervention for generations to come.

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Barn Owl

Support this adorable and inquisitive long-eared owl this holiday season.

Barn Owl

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Donation Total: $25.00

Long-Eared Owl

Support this adorable and inquisitive long-eared owl this holiday season.

Long-Eared Owl

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Snow Owl

Supporting the Snow Owl is especially great in preparation for this winter season.

Snow Owl

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Brown Owl

Support the Brown Owl this Giving Tuesday.

Brown Owl

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The tawny owl or brown owl (Strix aluco) is a stocky, medium-sized owl commonly found in woodlands across much of Eurasia. Its underparts are pale with dark streaks, and the upperparts are either brown or grey. Several of the eleven recognised subspecies have both variants. The nest is typically in a tree hole where it can protect its eggs and young against potential predators. This owl is non-migratory and highly territorial. Many young birds starve if they cannot find a vacant territory once parental care ceases.

This nocturnal bird of prey hunts mainly rodents, usually by dropping from a perch to seize its prey, which it swallows whole; in more urban areas its diet includes a higher proportion of birds. Vision and hearing adaptations and silent flight aid its night hunting. The tawny owl is capable of catching smaller owls, but is itself vulnerable to the eagle owl or northern goshawk.

Although many people believe this owl has exceptional night vision, its retina is no more sensitive than a human’s and its asymmetrically placed ears are key to its hunting by giving it excellent directional hearing. Its nocturnal habits and eerie, easily imitated call, have led to a mythical association of the tawny owl with bad luck and death.