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Save Canada's Prairie Grasslands!! PLEASE SIGN!!
Animals  (tags: animals, endangered, burrowing owls, greater sage-grouse, swift fox, Ferruginous Hawk, protection, nature, habitatdestruction, grasslands )

Barb
- 684 days ago - naturecanada.ca
The new Liberal government should put on hold the transfers of Saskatchewan grasslands formerly managed by the Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration (PFRA) to private leaseholders until a nature protection plan is in place.
Save Burrowing Owls From Urban Development
Animals  (tags: burrowing owls, dublin, Endangered Species )

Slava
- 1663 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
On March 21, 2014, the Alameda Creek Alliance announced in a press release that it has filed a lawsuit against the city of Dublin, CA. The city approved a new development that threatens the largest remaining burrowing owl colony in the Livermore-Armador V
ACTION ALERT: Help Save Canada's Adorable Burrowing Owl! PLEASE SIGN !
Animals  (tags: canada, burrowing owls, threatened, habitat, homes, protectoin, conservation )

Simone
- 2935 days ago - theanimalrescuesite.com
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
We Can Protect Our Wildlife and Our Borders
Animals  (tags: Mexico/US border, jaguars, ocelots, wolves, burrowing owls, animals, AnimalWelfare, endangered, environment, habitat, protection, wildlife, wildanimals )

Cher
- 4088 days ago - secure.defenders.org
Over a quarter of the U.S.-Mexico border lies within public lands that jaguars, ocelots, wolves, burrowing owls and other imperiled species need to survive. Sign Petition!!
Disappearing Owls
Animals  (tags: burrowing owls, animals, AnimalWelfare, habitat, environment, protection, wildanimals, wildlife )

Cher
- 4115 days ago - pe.com
Most burrowing owls will disappear from their Inland strongholds within 10 years unless vigorous efforts are made to protect them, according to scientists who track the birds. The small, ground-dwelling owls are not on the endangered list in California,
Don't Let Them Poison the Prairie (PLEASE SIGN)
Animals  (tags: burrowing owls, hawks, swift fox, the critically endangered black-footed f, environment, cruelty, AnimalWelfare )

Kemsa
- 4307 days ago - secure2.convio.net
The Forest Service wants to make it easier to poison and kill prairie dogs on the American plains -- risking creatures like burrowing owls, hawks, swift fox, the critically endangered black-footed ferret and the complex balance of life....................
   

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