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HELP FUND SNOWY OWL RESEARCH THROUGH ADOPTION!
Perhaps the most magical and mysterious of all owl species, the Snowy Owl is an awe-inspiring icon of the Arctic. Graceful and majestic, its angelic feathers almost belie its true power and force as a hunter and its gritty ability to exist in the world's harshest environments.
The Owl Research Institute conducts the longest running Snowy Owl study of its kind in North America. Our research seeks a deeper understanding of these owls, monitors population trends - sadly in decline, and analyzes climate change effects on the species. Our research findings provide important information that helps influence conservation-minded land management decisions in the ever-changing Arctic.
When you adopt a Snowy Owl, you help ensure that this critical research continues and works to protect a future for these incredible owls.
We are enormously grateful to those who make the decision to support our work. The adoption program is a unique way to donate to the Owl Research Institute and ensure that research on Snowy Owls continues.
SUPPORT SNOWY OWL CONSERVATION
Your Snowy Owl adoption ensures that our research, based out of Utqiagvik, Alaska, continues. The study, which originally set out to understand the connection between Snowy Owls and Lemmings, now gives us important data about a population of owls that needs our help and attention.
Every summer, Denver Holt and the ORI travel to our 100 square mile study site for three months. The time spent in the field, and the data that results, continually reveal new insights about these awe-inspiring raptors. They also create a compelling conservation tool used to promote thoughtful land management decisions.
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
The Owl Research is a 501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit and runs entirely on donations. Every dollar helps. We appreciate that you make owl research, conservation, and education a giving priority in your life.
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