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Postal Address: Barn Owl Trust, Waterleat, Ashburton, Devon, TQ13 7HU.
Contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nestcam - because of the high volume of email we receive relating to Nestcam we have set up a dedicated email address for letting us know of any unusual activity. Please check the diary first and use this new email address to report any noteworthy events. email@example.com
Tel/Fax: + 44(0)1364 653026
Office hours: 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday
If you want directions or help finding us, please contact the office via the details above.
(Please note: we do not operate a visitor centre, visits by appointment only.)
Live owl emergencies - how the Barn Owl Trust can help
As it is based in Devon, the Barn Owl Trust normally only receives Barn Owls found in southwest England; across the rest of Britain casualties are received by a very wide range of independent rehabilitators. The information on this website is extensive and by following the navigation system (to the left <) or the links (on the right >) you should be able to assess the casualty, determine what needs to happen to it next, and get help. If you cannot find a local rehabilitator we should be able to put you in touch with one but not all of the UK is covered.
During normal working hours you can get one-to-one advice by calling us on 01364 653026.
Outside normal working hours (only), call our Live Owl Emergency number 07889 594663
PLEASE DO NOT CALL FOR ADVICE THAT CAN BE FOUND ON THIS WEBSITE.
Please note Our Live Owl Emergency number is occasionally unavailable due to the limitations of mobile phone reception and staffing. Please do not call between 6 pm and 8 am if the call can wait until 9 am. Thank you.
A whole chapter is dedicated to casualty assessment, short-term care and the principles of rehabilitating Barn Owls in the Barn Owl Conservation Handbook
Registered Charity No. 299 835
The Barn Owl Trust does not operate a visitor centre.