FACTS TO KNOW ABOUT OWLS:
Ohio has five (5) resident owls: Great horn, Barred, Barn, Screech, and the little Saw Whet. In the winter, we are lucky enough to get the Snowy owl.
Poisons aafect more than just what you want to get rid of. As in one case, it caused the secondary death of a mother owl that was just looking for food for her little ones and herself.
If you must use a poison, consider using the kind that acts on the animal instantly by actually putting air bubbles in the blood stream. It kills them instantly so there are NO secondary poisonings. Many pest control places carry it.
WILDLIFE PROGRAMS AND DISPLAYS
If you would like to see many of these animals up close, please consider booking one of our Wildlife Programs or Displays that are reasonably priced and perfect for Organizations | Schools | Churches | Campgrounds | Nursing Homes | Fundraisers | Displays at Events. All money generated from the programs & displays goes right back into the care of the wildlife.
For more information about our programs, visit our programs page.
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