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Burrowing Owls

Burrowing owls have dotted California fields and hills for centuries. An account from the 1860s says, “burrowing owls stood on every little knoll” in the state. Today there are only a handful of nesting pairs of these owls in Yolo County, down sharply from the 63 Yolo pairs counted in 2007 in a statewide survey. Although the species isn’t listed as threatened or endangered on a federal level, it is considered a “species of special concern.” Davis and its surrounding fields are home to a substantial number of these endearing, precious raptors. Get an inside look at the life cycle and habits of our treasured burrowing owls and learn about the ongoing work to preserve this species from habitat destruction and other threats.

Instructor(s)

UC Davis Extension Faculty

Schedule

Tue., 10:00am to 12:00pm, Mar 05

Where

Galileo 1909 Galileo Court, Davis CA 95616

Section Notes

Please note: Our print catalog incorrectly lists this class on a Wednesday. The class is scheduled for Tuesday, March 5.

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Fees

Fee $25.00

Enrollment Policies

Drop requests (withdraw with a credit to student account to be used during the remaining academic year) will be approved if the request is received before the course begins. All other drop requests (including requests for a refund) will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the OLLI director. Contact the OLLI office at (530) 752-9695.

Section Number

183SNR301