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Great Salt Lake Audubon Birds and Bites Presents Burrowing Owls
Jolene Rose, Wildlife Biologist will tell us of her work on Antelope Island with the Burrowing Owls. The biologists have initiated the use of artificial nest sites to protect the owls from predators
Burrowing owls are small owls that live primarily in prairies, grasslands, rangelands, shrub-lands, deserts and agricultural areas of North America. In Utah, the burrowing owl is included on the “Utah Sensitive Species List” as a Species of Special Concern and is listed by USFWS as a National Bird of Conservation Concern (2002). It has been listed as such because of declining populations throughout its range. The foremost threat to burrowing owls is the loss of habitat. Expanding humanView more
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Doors open with refreshments at 6:30 p.m.; program begins at 7:00 p.m.
589 East 1300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Free parking available at main entrance