The Owl Moon 2017 Calendar is Here!

The 2017 Owl Moon Raptor Center calendar has arrived! Pick up your copy at the Owl Moon Raptor Center Festival on November 13th or donate online to receive your copy in time for the holidays!

This year’s calendar features stories about a bald eagle rescued from a soccer net and five barred owls who formed a makeshift family during their stay at Owl Moon.

As always, 100 percent of donations go toward the care and support of the birds. Owl Moon is a registered 501(c)(3) and all donations are tax deductible.

One thought on “The Owl Moon 2017 Calendar is Here!

  1. John Elser says:

    Just a note to say how much I enjoyed attending the Raptor Festival today. I was encouraged to see so many enthusiastic rehab people showing off their charges. Truman the owl was fun to hear about, and the various hawks and owls present were exciting to see so close up.

    I’m originally from Wisconsin where when I visited there in 2000 and later, I had the privilege of attending talks by Barbara Harvey, a fully licensed raptor rehabilitator. At her talks she would have a Red-tailed Hawk (Sasha), various Kestrels, Falcons, Screech Owls and a beautiful Snowy Owl to show her grateful audience. She pointed out the importance of raptors in controlling the rodent population which could damage valuable grain supplies if not for the presence of these predators. She also provided useful reminders for respecting these creatures by restoring their habitats and avoiding any harmful contact with them.

    I regret to mention that Ms. Harvey, who always wanted to soar with the birds but managed an effective substitute with her rehab work, passed away several weeks ago, so I’m encouraged to be aware that there are individuals like you to carry on her work.

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