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Links to selected international bird websites
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A Belgian website (not English language) directs you to pages with information on Barn Owl Conservation in Belgium
The 'official' Bird Watch Ireland Barn Owl Conservation website has arrived.
Projekt Slørugle (Project Barn Owl)
A Danish website (not English language) focussing on Barn Owl conservation
The website of the Barn Owl Foundation, Hungary (some pages are in English).
AG Eulenschutz (Owl Protection Corporation)
German website with some English translation focussing on owl conservation and education.
Uilenwerkgroepen in Nederland (Owls in the Netherlands)
Dutch website (not English language) focussing on owl conservation and education.
The link on the right will take you Uilenwerkgroepen's page specifically for Barn Owls
A Dutch website (not English language) focussing on Little Owl conservation and information
The Barn Owl is referred to as a ’red alert species’ (or red list species) by the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality of Holland. Approximately 35 years ago, a number of enthusiastic volunteers started the construction and distribution of wooden nestboxes. This group was formed from the Dutch branch of Birdlife when they decided to concentrate on Barn Owl protection. The Foundation consists of about 1000 active volunteers in 16 regions, supervising more than 10,000 Barn Owl nestboxes.
A Dutch website specifically for the Groningen area (not English language) focussing on Little Owl conservation and information
An Italian website (not English language) focussing on Little Owl conservation and information
A Belgian website (not English language) focussing on Little Owl conservation and information
Hungry Owl Project
This project is based in California and aims to promote the use of natural predators for the control of pests such as rodents thereby reducing the need for harmful pesticides & rodenticides. They also encourage habitat creation and nest box provision.