The Snowy Owl Cam Is Live!
Tune in 24/7 to watch a Snowy Owl pair hatch and raise their young. Unusually, this nest is about a month behind normal breeding schedule- the latest nesting attempt we have ever seen.
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The Owl Research Institute
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Research Projects That Need Your Support
Thanks to you, the Owl Research Institute maintains long-term research on 10 owl species in Montana and Alaska. Our research is a critical step in understanding how to effectively preserve a future for owls.
Featured here are some of our priority projects for 2021 in need of funding. Choose a project to support or make a general donation that will be applied where it is needed the most.
Great Gray Owls & Snag Data for Forest Management
Snags are a critical component of forest ecosystems and provide homes for a myriad of species. Again and again, we find them removed from otherwise ideal Great Gray habitat.