Northern Lights Wildlife Society provides young injured and/or orphaned wildlife with a safe and healthy environment to mature into adulthood, upon which they are released back to the wild.

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    Saw-whet Owlets

    On May 8th we received 3 little owls who's home had accidentally been cut down. the little bundles are developing at an amazing speed. At arrival mainly white fluff was covering them and now they are starting to show off their distinct juvenile pattern. Did you know that the mother owl can lay up to 7 eggs always two days apart and the chicks will hatch in the same pattern. Subsequently there can be a huge size difference between the first and last chick. 

    At arrival on May 8th

    Adult Saw-whet owl

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