Burrowing Owl Educational Videos
The Burrowing Owl Research And Education program is
pleased to present instructional film on the natural history and
conservation of Burrowing Owls. Thanks to the generosity of the
Office of Naval Engineering and Field Activities West, and the capabilities
of Peregrine Productions,
these videos were produced as a means of providing the public, both
children and adults, timely information about a charismatic grassland
bird species, the Burrowing Owl, and its environment. This video
augments the research we
have been conducting on this species.
DVDs and videos are available at a discounted cost thanks to support
for their production. Both videos are now available on one DVD
in Spanish and English for just $10 from Peregrine Productions to cover shipping and handling.
A free study
guide is available for teachers of 7-12th grade.
To order, visit Peregrine Productions online video store.
The Natural History of the Burrowing Owl
A 3 minute film on the biology of Burrowing Owls, intended
for use at visitor centers and similar educational facilities.
This short documentary describes how the owls acquire their
burrows and follows the owls' life cycle from pair bonding
to the dispersal of their chicks. Available only
|Going Underground: The Natural History and Conservation
of Burrowing Owls
A 17 minute film on the biology and conservation issues of Burrowing
Owls, with an emphasis on conservation issues in California.
Intended for ages 12 - adult. This film introduces viewers to
the secretive life of the Burrowing Owl. This documentary discusses
how environmental factors and human population pressures, such
as commercial development and agriculture, affect these owls.
It also explains some of the research aimed at finding solutions.
Available on both DVD and Video formats.