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Barn owls

The beautiful barn owl is one of our most-loved birds. Barn owls are birds of prey, with a distinctive heart-shaped face, pure white feathers, and silent flight. Look out for it flying low over fields and hedgerows at dawn and dusk. 

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Tarras Valley Nature Reserve







Average lifespan:

4 years

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Barn owls nest camera

Barn owls’ diet consists of rodents and other small mammals – predominantly voles, mice and shrews – and very occasionally bats, small birds, amphibians and invertebrates. In mainland Britain, field voles are their most common food. 

These videos are meant to document the lives of wild barn owls in order to learn more for both educational research purposes and serve as an aid for the species conservation effort. We do not set up/stage or intervene. All the videos are documenting wild barn owls.

Follow our barn owls adventures in our YouTube channel:

Barn Owls Nest Channel

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