"For owls and our shared environment"


Our mission is to reduce the need for pesticides & rodenticides by encouraging natural predators through conservation of habitat, nesting boxes & education.



Nesting Boxes

From owl boxes to a complete suite of nesting box services, the Hungry Owl Project has you covered. Nesting boxes can be a great addition to a non-toxic pest control program. A single Barn Owl family can consume up to 3,000 rodents in a single 4 month breeding cycle.

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Learn about owls, non-toxic pest control and even meet live owls in person. The Hungry Owl Project does presentations and events, provides a wealth of resources on owls, non-toxic pest control and much more.

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Rescue & Fostering

HOP's Raptor Rescue & Reunite (RRR) program rescues and reunites owls and other raptors. Additionally HOP has a Barn Owl fostering program for orphaned Barn Owls. 

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TALONS: A Festival Celebrating Birds of Prey Announced!

Sunday, September 24th, 2017 - 12:00pm to 4:00pm

The Hungry Owl Project is proud to present this unique and exciting festival. It will be a fun and educational outdoor event for adults and all the family in the beautiful grounds of the Marin Art & Garden Center. See several different species of Owls and Hawks, have a glass of wine or beer, see local wildlife artists, hear inspiring presentations from guest speakers and meet wildlife organizations. Great local food, wine & beer will be available.

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Photo by: Kristoffer Tripplaar

Photo by: Kristoffer Tripplaar

The Hungry Owl Project is a much needed and very important initiative. I hope that every bird lover, every nature lover, will support it. Let us ensure that these marvelous birds, with their huge eyes and silent flight will be around to bring magic to the night long after we are gone. Their future lies in our hands.
— Jane Goodall, Ph.D, DBE, FounderThe Jane Goodall Institute