Hurrah Barn Owl Success

September 22, 2019

This photo shows what we are all about at Three Owls. I am so very excited!!

A late brood of barn Owls almost ready to go. If you look carefully there is a third chick hiding on the right. Mum is in the center -or is it Dad? Lets hope for a good autumn for them. This nest is a few hundred yards from our Meadow reserve. I designed it specially for the favourite owl food item -field voles. looks like this paid off !!

I am so grateful to my Friend Andy Roe of Flavourfresh Salads for this photo And to Flavourfresh for making our Owl reserve possible

Hurrah hurrah ! 



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