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January 2019 Newsletter

Learn about the Western Bluebird, bird houses, and the importance of tree cavities to local wildlife:  https://mailchi.mp/59cc9c5b6409/january-2019-newsletter-bluebirds-and-tree-cavities

Mary Jane Sesto Photos

Now that’s cool !

feathersOwls have the ability to fly silently! But how? As night hunters owls have developed comb-like or fringed feathers allowing them to sneak up on their prey without being detected. Now that’s a cool adaptation! Check out this Barn owls primary feather.

Burrowing Owls: Really Superb Owls

Owl_groupWe LOVE our Burrowing Owls. Sadly, there are so few left in California.

http://www.fws.gov/…/2015/2/10/Burrowing-owls-Really-Superb…

Edison International Gives Grant to SBWR

Edison International kicks off 2015 by providing a $5,000 grant to SBWR. Edison recognizes the value SBWR brings to the community in providing wildlife rehabilitation and environmental education to the southern California area. CONGRATULATIONS to all involved in this worthwhile organization!!!