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Spotted owl adult crouched down on a branch.

Adopt an Owl

Are you or someone you know owl-obsessed? Do you want to stand up for wildlife?

 

Make a meaningful impact by symbolically adopting a northern spotted owl. Your contributions go directly towards supporting the care of the owls, from providing food to helping maintain their aviaries. We're
excited to offer two levels of adoption:

Spotted owl adoption kit.

Make a One-Time Donation

Includes adoption kit only

$65

one-time

Spotted owl adoption kit and conservation crew emails.

Join the Conservation Crew

Includes kit, updates, and more!

$25+

monthly

or

$100+

lump-sum

All levels include an adoption kit with a spotted owl plush toy, adoption certificate, species fact sheet, and a welcome email. They make great gifts and are mailed directly to you or the recipient.

 

You can maximize your impact by becoming part of our Conservation Crew. Regular donors and those who make larger donations receive a spotted owl adoption kit, exclusive seasonal emails about the owls, name featured on our website, and more! See below for details.

Perks
One-Time Donor
Conservation Crew
Spotted Owl Plush Toy
Adoption Certificate
Species Fact Sheet
Welcome Email
Shipping in Canada*
Exclusive Seasonal Emails
Special Website Shoutout
Mailed Annual Newsletter*
CanadaHelps Tax Receipt
Perks
One-Time
Crew
Plushie
Certificate
Fact Sheet
Shipping*
Owl Updates
Shoutout
Tax Receipt
Newsletter*

*Shipping outside of Canada requires additional fee. Donors become eligible for a mailed newsletter after 1 year of donations ($300). Partial tax receipts available for one-time donors upon request. Cheque donations must be made out to BC Conservation Foundation with NSOBP in the memo line and sent to our mailing address.

THANK YOU!

Thank you to our Conservation Crew who regularly supports our work. Your commitment to this iconic species is truly remarkable. Together, we're making a meaningful impact in the recovery of spotted owls in British Columbia.

Two juvenile spotted owls together on a branch looking down.
Forest with tall trees and green leaves.

NSOBP CONSERVATION CREW

Carolyn Denstedt
Debbie Trevitt
Diane Rudesal
Emily Dennis
Izana Elliott
Jan Dobson
Janice Wenarchuk
Janice White
Joey Godwin
Kamala and Kyle Photography
Linda Schilling

Laura Talbot
Magnus Eriksson
Michele Payne
Myfanwy Little

Narain Verma
Raphael O'loughnan
Rodrigo Miguelez Kuthy
Scarlett Antoine
Tyler Chinsky
Alicia Harris
Amy Yoshimaru
Defne Onal
Emma Rae
Kendall Gschiel
Mark Johnston
Murrayville Academy & ELC
Ranil Prasad
Stephanie Hoang

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