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When you purchase an Owl Brand Discovery Kit or product, you’re investing in inspiring educational outreach through programs like our Passport to Wildlife (P2W). P2W serves students in low-dollar high risk communities where we work to inspire the next generation of wildlife enthusiasts, advocates, and professionals. Watch the video below to learn more about how you are helping make a difference with OBDK.
Weekly articles about raptor and bird of prey studies, carnivores, classroom ideas, and information to help students.
Servals are cats that live in over 30 countries in Africa. They weigh around 33 pounds and tend to be around 30-40 inches long. They have long legs, which help them cross through the tall grasses in their habitats and capture prey easily.
There are 19 subspecies of Serval. Learn more here!
Gila woodpeckers are about 8-10 inches tall and weigh 3.5 ounces. They are loud birds and are found in desert habitats. They like to nest in saguaro cactus and mesquite trees. Within the United States, you can find them in California, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. Outside the United States, they can be found in Central Mexico.
Meet the Gila Woodpecker.
Communication is imperative for animals. It helps them establish their territories, find a mate, and work together. There are four main ways animals communicate with each other: visual, auditory, chemical, and tactile.
Read more and learn How Animals Communicate With Each Other!