Monthly Archives: September 2012

A NOT SO GOOD A DAY!!

As an addition to yesterdays blog on second broods; today wasn’t so good!! First the morning rain wasn’t expected, the so-called weather forecasters cocked up yet again and after yesterday’s promise of a dry day, the early morning drizzle came as a … Continue reading

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SECOND BROODS; an occasional bonus!!

It’s hard to know how the Barn Owls are aware in April that they will lay further eggs after the first lot of kids have left home in August. Second broods don’t occur every year and usually depend on the … Continue reading

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NEW BOXES FOR BARN CONVERSIONS

It’s been said that the glut of barn conversions into homes is one of the reasons for the demise of the Barn Owl. Traditionally, Barn Owls on farms often roosted in barns and nested in them if there was a … Continue reading

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