Stay Alert to Macramé Owls in Need
It is the responsibility of all of us to notice Macramé Owls who may need your assistance in getting admission to our sanctuary. You can read about some of our rescue stories on our blog.
Top Macramé Owl Welfare Rescue Operations Nurse (MOWRON) Greg teaches Apprentice MOWRON Ciaran the fine art of Macramé Owl handling in the wild.
Macramé Owl Welfare Rescue Operations Nurse (MOWRON) Training
If you have ambitions to one day become a MOWRON, you can be enrolled on our MOWRON Induction Training course.
Below: Greg demonstrates macramé handling techniques for a quarantined Macramé Owl, while Horace looks on.
Be Alert to Macramé Owl Poachers
Sadly, Macramé Owls are still being hunted for their jute. If you would like to report any such behaviour, contact our MOAPER (Macramé Owl Anti-Poaching Enforcement Regulator), Amith Perera.