The next step in decades-long plan will see dozens of juvenile owls released in the B.C. Interior
CBC News · Posted: Apr 27, 2018
Residents of B.C.’s Interior shouldn’t be alarmed if they start seeing a bunch of owls flying around in coming days. It’s all part of the plan.
The B.C. Wildlife Park — a zoo in Kamloops, B.C. — has been working for decades to save the native population of burrowing owls from extinction. The park released dozens of the birds into the wild Friday.
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