Adopt an Owl Donation Program
Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory is one of the most active monitoring centres for Northern Saw-whet Owls during the fall migration from late September well into October. PEPtBO typically bands 600 to 1200 Saw-whets during migration.
Named for the resemblance of one of their calls to the sound of saw teeth being sharpened, Northern Saw-whet Owls are only 7 or 8 inches tall (18 - 20 cm), chestnut-brown with prominent white markings on the folded wings, and brown-and-white striped chests and bellies. They have yellow eyes, no ear tufts, and white eyebrows that connect in a 'Y' over their beaks.
Help support one of the busiest Northern Saw-whet Owl migration monitoring stations in North America as we continue to study where these owls winter, and how they get there.
Celebrate the birth of a baby, a birthday or anniversary, a graduation or other significant accomplishment with this beautiful gift.
Adopt a Northern Saw-whet Owl for your children, grandchildren, friends, or for yourself.
Sturdy double matte looks good on its own or can be easily framed.
Highest quality inks to protect from fading.
Information about Northern Saw-whet Owls and PEPtBO is provided.
A personal note can be added. Great for gifts.
Orders shipped within 2 days of placement.
A Charitable tax receipt for $40.00 will be issued to the purchaser.
Only $50.00 — No taxes applied for adopted owl. Shipping cost calculated at checkout.
Choose your Northern Saw-whet Owl now!
You can also Adopt an Owl in person by visiting:
Picton Denture Clinic, 78 Main St., Picton
Stanners Vineyard, 76 Station Rd, Hillier