Paul Williams of the Burrowing Owl Conservation Society of British Columbia checks the tag number of a juvenile. The conservationists wanted to avoid taking siblings back to Canada to maintain genetic diversity in their breeding program.
Paul Williams of the Burrowing Owl Conservation Society of British Columbia checks the tag number of a juvenile. The conservationists wanted to avoid taking siblings back to Canada to maintain genetic diversity in their breeding program. Tri-City Herald
Paul Williams of the Burrowing Owl Conservation Society of British Columbia checks the tag number of a juvenile. The conservationists wanted to avoid taking siblings back to Canada to maintain genetic diversity in their breeding program. Tri-City Herald

From the U.S. with love - burrowing owls go to Canada

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