Barn owls Newsfash:

Great news!! hissing from the barn owl nest box and frantic hunting activity at the Banks Meadow reserve can mean only one thing- CHICKS!! Hurrah


I was watching tonight to see a parent catch a vole in the evening sun about 8 pm I feel so proud that our efforts to help these beautiful birds have been rewarded.


The new hedges are about ten feet tall in places now, and home to many nesting birds including a pair of Linnets - what lovely song


Cheers


David   

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