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Urban Bird Foundation
Birds. People. Communities. A better, sustainable living for all.
Birds. People. Communities. A better, sustainable living for all.
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In addition to dramatic declines over the last fifteen years, surveys have indicated burrowing owls in California have declined by as much as 36% in the Imperial Valley and by 28% in the San Francisco Bay-Delta region. This decline is on top of a 50%+ decrease in the San Francisco Bay-Delta region population observed from the early 1980s to 1993.
Our Burrowing Owl Conservation Network program works to save these owls and restore their habitat. #birds #burrowingowl
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A cutie.

Mr and Mrs Mallard brought their couple of weeks old babies onto water last Sunday morning. Baby birds had fun and were excited, I presume.

#birds #wildlife

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Question: If a hummingbird's nest breaks in half or is destroyed, will the female rebuild it? We asked some naturalists: http://ow.ly/4ncZbL #AskTheNaturalist

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Restoring burrowing owl habitat in Fairfield, CA with Cub Scouts Pack 100 and City of Fairfield. Great job in spearheading this project, scouts!
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Since 2008, Urban Bird Foundation has worked for the protection of burrowing owls, habitat and other wildlife in the places we call home – our communities. We do not believe in the outsourcing of wildlife and green spaces, but in the integration of these wonderful, accessible habitats into our local environments. Whether a few acres or tens of acres or more, these habitats serve as important suburban and urban wildlife corridors that benefit human and wildlife communities…and of course, BURROWING OWLS!
Thanks for all your support!

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