Owlproject.org was founded almost 20 years ago. Its aim is to introduce young black South African children to the wonderful world of owls, their beauty as well as their enormous potential as partners in the control and management of rats. Rats are a daily scourge within the rodent infested and impoverished communities in which many young South Africans live. In order to achieve this, it is essential to demystify the negative stigma surrounding owls in Southern Africa.

 

 

 

 "Education is the key to conservation."

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"For the love of the owls"
Oct 12, 2022

"A newly recruited member, Jordan-Michael Hardey, shares his vast knowledge of owls and their importance in the environment."

Ramahlele Primary School is on board with Owlproject.org!
May 05, 2022

We visited Ramahlele Primary School and the children got to understand more about owls.

Pellet Dissection at Radford House
Mar 23, 2022

Educational talk and pellet dissection with the Grade 5 class of Radford House.

Educational Talk at Dainfern Nature Association
Mar 23, 2022

Our representative Sara Orchardson gave an educational talk to residents and members of the Dainfern Nature Association about the importance and benefit of owls.

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