Provide New Larger Habitats for Education Owls

$785 $7,215
Raised Remaining
Mar 20, 2013

New Habitats are Going Up!

Robbie, Screech Owl
Robbie, Screech Owl

Thank you to those who have donated so far!

Super volunteer Chris Thornton has been putting in lots of time on the new habitats and the first frame went up today!

This project will benefit many screech, saw-whet and short-eared owls, and many kestrels for years to come.

We are still seeking funds to purchase other components of the habitat.  Once th frame is entirely completed, it will be lined with screening material that protects delicate feathers but still lets in natural light.

A picture of Chris and Foster/Education Owl Robbie are attached to say 'thank you' for what you've given.

Please consider sharing this Project Report with others who might want to help give Robbie and his friends beautiful new homes at Fellow Mortals.

Chris Thornton, Volunteer
Chris Thornton, Volunteer



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