BURROWING OWLS IN IMMEDIATE DANGER

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    The Burrowing Owl population in Brentwood, CA is facing an incredible and almost unheard of threat from development as 20-30 breeding pairs and their babies are being subjected to sulfur gas bombs, rat poison spilling from ground squirrel bait stations, secondary poisonings, entrapment of owls under landscape material, and collapsed burrows that are effectively burying these small owls alive.  Burrowing Owl Conservation Network has been joined by a team of local biologists donating their time and resources to help save the remaining owls.  One biologist monitoring the site said she has never seen anything so horrific and because of the size of the colony, the loss represents a significant population-level impact. We need your help to protect these Burrowing Owls TODAY and spread the word!

    Visit http://burrowingowlconservation.org

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