This is a small facility that has less than a dozen burrowing owls on display, all in very large confinements, one or two to a cage. A guide took us through the facility and talked to us about the birds. There is no entrance fee, but there is a donation box. There might be an Irish Wolfhound on the grounds (belongs to one of the staff). It is very friendly, but large, so you this is good to know in advance. The birds are here because they were either injured in the wild or born in captivity. A small number are "imprinted" to humans so they can be taken to teaching sessions in schools and such.
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