Southern California Burrowing Owls Have Their Own Virtual Festival



Burrowing owls were once common in Southern California, but they are quickly disappearing.

The Pomona Valley Audubon Society works to protect these little owls and their nesting grounds so that they can thrive in our area for years to come. Join us in celebrating the Burrowing Owl at the Virtual Festival which is free and open to everyone online.

This is the place where curious minds of all ages can observe and learn about these unique and fascinating creatures, how to protect them and how to get involved. The festival offers videos, lectures and slideshows on the biology, behavior and conservation of the Burrowing Owl, with a particular focus on the owls of the Pomona Valley. Southern California. There are owl stories, videos, and activities for the kids, including coloring pages and a Burrowing Owl mask to download.

Visitors can learn how to help protect the owls, watch a live camera feed from the Burrowing Owl enclosure at the San Diego Zoo, see clips from recent live festivals, and enjoy whimsical love advice. , the life and decor of the home of Mrs. Bea, the first (and perhaps the only) Burrowing Owl advice columnist. Some content is also available in Spanish. The festival shop offers t-shirts, pins and decals. Visit the current festival at: For more information, send an email to [email protected]



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