ADOPT AN OWL
Our Adopt-an-Owl program ensures that your charitable gift goes right where you want it- directly to research and conservation efforts that benefit the species of your choice. You’ll be helping to protect these owls and the habitat they depend on!
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GIVE THE GIFT OF CONSERVATION.
SYMBOLICALLY ADOPT AN OWL TODAY.
When you symbolically adopt an owl, you're directly contributing to research and conservation efforts that help protect the species.
All of our six species adoption options are combined with an active research project. For example, when you adopt a Snowy Owl, you help to fund our long-term research in Utqiagvik (Barrow), Alaska as well as our newest study to understand the effects of climate change on their population.
Gift messages are included at no extra charge, making an owl adoption the perfect gift for anyone who loves owls or wants to support the conservation of these important species and their habitats.
In reality, it is never enough to care, to observe, or to hope: it takes data to make change. This is the strategy you support when you make the important decision to symbolically Adopt-an-Owl.
Great Gray Owl
The tallest owl in North America, this mighty hunter glides through the forest unseen and unheard as it makes its way to a nest in the top of an old snag.
The Short-Eared Owl has become an icon for grassland conservation. It's a good thing: populations of this unique ground nester are in sharp decline.
Northern Saw-Whet Owl
Small cavity nesters, the Northern Saw-Whet Owl occupies a widespread range in North America. Know what to look for, and you may be able to spot one.
Northern Pygmy Owl
Ever heard the phrase ‘dynamite comes in small packages?’ The Northern Pygmy Owl, a tiny and powerful hunter, is perfectly described by this saying.