Links: Owls: Conservation of Owls
Hoot 4 Owls - The Center for Biological Diversity's page for their "Help Protect Imperiled Owls" campaign, run in conjunction with the movie "Hoot".
Rushcliffe Barn Owl Project - A group dedicated to improving the numbers of Barn Owls with the Rushcliffe Borough Council, Nottinghamshire.
The Barn Owl Centre - An organisation in England promoting the conservation, rescue and rehabilitation of Owls and raptors.
The Barn Owl Conservation Network - The website of the Barn Owl Conservation Network, a registered charity in the UK. Advisors working with farmers and landowners to help the recovery of wild Barn Owl populations. This UK-wide voluntary network of licensed Advisors was set up by the Hawk & Owl Trust who work with partner organisations across the country to conserve and create habitat and nest sites for raptors in the wild.
The Barn Owl Trust - A national UK registered charity based in southwest England. They have been doing practical and advisory conservation work since 1988 and since the early 90's has been the main source of Barn Owl information in the UK with free leaflets covering all aspects of their conservation. The Trusts' experience is based on over 20 years of practical fieldwork, carrying out huge research projects, being consulted by government, and providing training for professional environmental consultants.
The Hungry Owl Project - Their mission is to reduce the need for harmful pesticides & rodenticides by encouraging natural predators, through conservation of habitat, erecting nest boxes when appropriate, through research & education, and by providing a resource of help and information on alternative methods of sustainable pest management.
The Owl Foundation - The Owl Foundation is a non-profit conservation organization that operates a centre for both the rehabilitation to release status of Canadian Owl species, and the behavioural observation of permanently damaged wild owls in a breeding environment.
The World Owl Trust - A charitable organisation dedicated to owl conservation on a world-wide scale.
Wirral Barn Owl Trust - A small registered charity aiming to conserve wild Barn Owl population on the Wirral peninsula. They are all volunteers, doing survey work, erecting nestboxes and working with landowners to preserve & create habitat.