Looking for a new way to support Owl Moon? Please check out our new store!


We have t-shirts, mugs, water bottles, tote bags, and more available with fun designs. Select from an adorable art piece of a Eastern Screech Owl peeking out from a tree cavity by our very own volunteer Maggie Steinhilper ,or a photo of “Walt” with his family by Jennifer Packard. Walt is a Red-shouldered Hawk we rescued earlier this year and returned to his family. Or perhaps you prefer just a simple Owl Moon logo this year. If you shop through our store, Owl Moon gets a portion of every purchase, all of which will go towards the care and feeding of the many raptors we rescue throughout the year.

Like everyone, Owl Moon has had a challenging year. We’ve reduced our volunteer coverage to help keep everyone safe, haven’t had time to produce our annual calendars, and were unable to host our popular annual festival. With our new store, you can still support our important work while staying safe!

Enjoy holiday shopping and THANK YOU for your support!

Artwork by Maggie Steinhilper
Walt and his nestlings – photo by Jennifer Packard

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3 thoughts on “

  1. Angelina Armeiskaya says:

    Last weekend I won’t forget. Not only because I happened to find a little owlet and hold him in my arms, but also because The Owl Moon Raptor Center came to the rescue. I can’t thank you enough for what you’ve done. The owlet is a happy camper now in his new and improved nest. Once or twice a day I see a parent owl watching its baby from nearest trees or sitting at the nest. What a success! Thank you everyone involved: Suzanne, Jackie, Mike and Jason! You make this world a better place! And you’ve just gained a new fan.

  2. Michael Woodley says:

    Wonderful. I love the picture of Maggie Steinhilper. The image of a mother bird feeding her chicks is beautiful. Walt must be very busy making enough food for his cubs.

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