Urban Bird Foundation and Burrowing Owl Conservation Network are always looking for new and innovative ways to enhance our conservation efforts and promote burrowing owl preservation within our communities.
Please continue to check back as we develop, increase, and make our latest burrowing owl publications, outreach tools, documents and scientific research available to the public.
Help spread the word about the importance of open space and burrowing owl preservation in your community with our brochure. We’re looking to grow our support in communities throughout the United States and North America. (download)
This users guide provides a synthesis of material relevant to the use of artificial burrow systems for Burrowing Owls, insights into the placement of ABS, design specifications and installation techniques, and fundamental anti-predator strategies. (download)
Although outdated, the following 2003 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biological technical publication provides state by state details regarding status and conservation recommendations for Burrowing Owls. (download)
2009 report that found a 27-percent drop in the number of breeding burrowing owls in the Imperial Valley. With more than 80% of California’s burrowing owl population found in this region, the decline is of significant concern. (download)
The Department has determined that reversing declining population and range trends for burrowing owls will require
implementation of more effective conservation actions, and evaluating the efficacy of the Department’s existing recommended avoidance, minimization and mitigation approaches for burrowing owls. (download)