Burrowing Owl Conservation Network believes education is vital to reaching our conservation goals. By providing information, materials and resources through various educational and community outreach programs, we introduce the incredible world of the burrowing owl to children, schools and groups, and assist individuals, communities, and stakeholders (e.g. ranchers, farmers, military bases, local, state, and federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, and scientific research and education communities) in techniques that will minimize impacts to owls and their habitats. We offer presentations and training workshops, work directly with municipalities and County Conservation Districts, and participate in a variety of wildlife and conservation meetings and forums.
Burrowing Owl Conservation Network is dedicated to nurturing cooperation and aims to make burrowing owl conservation a positive experience for everyone involved. If you are interested in having a member of the Burrowing Owl Conservation Network speak to your group, school or community, or would like to learn more about our education programs please contact us.
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