Operation Burrowing Owl

Nature Saskatchewan

Nature Saskatchewan's Operation Burrowing Owl (OBO) was launched in 1987 to protect Burrowing Owl habitat from cultivation, monitor population changes, and increase awareness of the owl. Landowners voluntarily agree to conserve grassland habitat for the endangered Burrowing Owl and other prairie wildlife.Over 364 private landowners participate in OBO, and together are conserving 148,358 acres of grassland habitat in pastures and other lands while using their land as they always have. These landowners annually report the number of owls on their land.

Contact Information

Operation Burrowing Owl
Phone: 1-800-667-4668
E-Mail: obo@naturesask.ca

Subject: Science, Social
Cost: Free
Duration: N/A
Area: All Areas

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