Watch the Premiere of “Home of the Owls”!
Twin Lakes Owl Preserve and Open Space
To volunteer, for more info or to send us suggestions please contact us at:
email: info@BoulderOwlPreserve.org m. 720 436 2465
Ken J. Beitel, Chair of Wilderness Conservation
• Each spring at Twin Lakes in North Boulder, east of 63rd, a family of Great Horned owls nest in a hollow tree.
For decades, thousands of people have come to see to see the newly hatched baby owls emerge from their nest. Mother and father owl are never far away.
It’s thrilling to see tremendous owl wingspans flying up from the meadow behind their nesting tree with a delicious mouse or other meal for the young owlets.
However this much loved owl family is terribly threatened.
A baby Great Horned Owl waiting for his parents to return with food from the Owl Hunting Meadow
Will the Owl Hunting Meadow at the Greater Twin Lakes Open Space be protected as an Owl Preserve or be bulldozed and become a high density housing development?
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Sign the Owl Preserve
petition on Change.org!
Wildlife biologists tell us that human activities can destroy owl habitat and make them less likely to survive.
(Rohner, 2001; Rudolph, 1970; Sullivan, 1995)
You can help create the new
Great Horned Owl Preserve!
A wonderful and nurturing place for owls and people, the new 20 acre preserve within a Greater Twin Lakes Open Space will feature interpretive signs with beautiful pictures explaining the owl life cycle and importance of the hunting meadow.
With your help the Owl Family will have a home for decades to come!
Owl Photo Credits: h2wphoto.com
For more information or to volunteer please email: info@BoulderOwlPreserve.org