"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.
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.
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.
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. Learn about the program and how to help.
- Rescue Diaries: Overheated Barn Owl Chicks
Two 4-5 week old Barn Owl chicks narrowly escaped succumbing to heat. Read more
- Enjoy Owlive Oil and Support Owls!
Organic olive oil maker, Owlive Oil, creates infused olive oils and donates a percentage of proceeds to HOP. Read more
- Volunteer with the Hungry Owl Project
We have multiple positions available! Read more
- Avoid Springtime Tree Work
Learn about the safest time of the year to complete tree work and save lives! Read more
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.