Chapter members receive a bi-monthly newsletter, The Prairie Owl. The Short- eared Owl, or “prairie owl,” is a ground-nesting hunter of marshes, open fields, and prairies. Once common throughout the northern United

The Prairie Owl

The Prairie Owl

States, including Washington state, Short-eared Owl populations are in decline due to encroaching development and changing agricultural practices that threaten its natural habitat. In our region, Short-eared Owls are occasionally seen in remnants of native Palouse prairie and in fallow fields during their spring and fall migrations. They may also be found in winter, if snow depths are shallow and vole populations high.

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