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Canada's burrowing owl is in trouble. Several factors are contributing to this species' loss of life, including habitat erosion due to human interference, predators, and poison from consuming other animals that have been poisoned. Because of these habitat intrusions, the burrowing owl is endangered. In fact, the burrowing owl population has declined almost 95% over the course of 30 years.

The quirky and adorable burrowing owl needs our help. Sign the petition urging the Nature Conservancy of Canada to continue to encourage the proliferation of Canada's beautiful burrowing owl.

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Dear Nature Conservancy of Canada:

I am writing to ask that you continue to address the growing problems that are threatening Canada's burrowing owl population.

The burrowing owl is now endangered, its population having been reduced by 95% in the past 30 years. This is because of a few different factors: habitat erosion due to human interference, predators, and poison from consuming other animals that have been poisoned.

These beautiful creatures are struggling to survive and your work to preserve their habitat and existence is admirable. Please continue to fight for the majestic burrowing owl!

Petition Signatures


Apr 21, 2018 Sabrena Adams
Apr 16, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Apr 15, 2018 Audrey Glenski
Apr 15, 2018 Martha Vest
Apr 14, 2018 Cathleen Cascia
Apr 14, 2018 Patti Wright
Apr 11, 2018 Lisa vasta
Apr 10, 2018 Rona Crawford
Apr 6, 2018 Barbara Beierl
Apr 6, 2018 Shirley Cooksley
Apr 5, 2018 Susan Lanes
Apr 5, 2018 Robert Wolpa
Apr 5, 2018 DEBBIE CONRAD
Apr 5, 2018 Sandra Larsen
Apr 2, 2018 Monika Saluter
Apr 2, 2018 Norma Morgan
Mar 31, 2018 Laura Cleveland
Mar 30, 2018 Mary Aktimur
Mar 29, 2018 Giustina Casale-Morton
Mar 29, 2018 Julie Hansen
Mar 29, 2018 cathy king
Mar 29, 2018 isabell milcke
Mar 29, 2018 Liza Zandonella
Mar 28, 2018 Lesley Adamson These animals deserve to survive. leave them alone.
Mar 27, 2018 Wendy Springstead
Mar 27, 2018 tammy bullock
Mar 27, 2018 Cecilia Furnish
Mar 27, 2018 MaryJo DeGiuseppi
Mar 27, 2018 J Boeser
Mar 26, 2018 tore boissonneau
Mar 26, 2018 Arthur Seligman
Mar 25, 2018 Gaby C.
Mar 25, 2018 Erin Sackmann
Mar 25, 2018 angus murris
Mar 25, 2018 Nancy Kurpaitis
Mar 25, 2018 inge nespolon
Mar 25, 2018 Richard Rheder
Mar 25, 2018 Lola Pretto
Mar 25, 2018 Axa Tolonen
Mar 25, 2018 Gail Hanford
Mar 25, 2018 Marina Rinaldini
Mar 25, 2018 Quentin Fischer
Mar 22, 2018 Peggy Foley
Mar 20, 2018 June Sarama
Mar 20, 2018 Lisa Delabre
Mar 20, 2018 Adina Lesperance
Mar 20, 2018 Theresa Boisseau
Mar 20, 2018 Sheila Ward
Mar 19, 2018 Kerry Jones
Mar 19, 2018 Maria Arteaga

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