Welcome to the Cape Coral Burrowing Owl Site. If you have an issue with an owl such as construction problems, permitting, harassment, new burrows or overgrown burrows, please contact
Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife at 239-980-2593.
For other information about viewing and photographing the owls, please contact me at email@example.com
Looking to find out more information about the Burrowing Owls of Cape Coral?
Well you have come to the right place.
Cape Coral is home to the largest population of the Florida species of the Burrowing Owl in the State of Florida. Since this species of pint sized owls are only found in Florida and surrounds and the Bahamas, by default, we have the largest population in the WORLD!
Birders and photographers come from all over the world to see and photograph them. Ever since the book Hoot, written by Carl Hiaasen, has become such a hit with the younger generation, children from all over are getting to see the star of the book, the Burrowing Owl, up close and personal.
And now that the Cape Coral Burrowing Owls have been on the NatGeoWild television show, more visitors are expected to come check out these charismatic little owls.
For more information on when the best time to see the owls is and how and where you can find them, click on the links below.
About the Burrowing Owls
|When Can I See the Owls?||Where Can I See the Owls?||Looking For That Perfect Gift?||Burrowing Owl Tours|
|The Burrowing Owls of Cape Coral do not migrate. They can be seen any time of the year, but when is the best time?||Cape Coral has an estimated 1000-1500 Burrowing Owls, but finding them can be tricky.|| Looking for a gift for that person who has everything?
“Adopt” an Owl”
|PRIVATE TOURS WILL RESUME IN NOVEMBER, 2017 PLEASE READ “WHERE CAN I SEE THE OWLS” FOR ALTERNATE WAYS TO SEE THE OWLS.
Private Tours to see Burrowing Owls are available from November to March. Tours can be booked for 2017-2018 season anytime.
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