Acadia

Adoption


Acadia is an adult Northern Saw-whet owl. These little owls usually eat deer mice, but will also eat other rodents, sometimes insects and the occasional small bird. Averaging only 7" to 8" tall, a small bird like Acadia can often get two meals out of one mouse.

She was removed from the wild when she was discovered near Bozeman, Montana lodged in a bike rack after being hit by a car. Now blind in one eye, she is unable to hunt and survive in the wild. 


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