Information & Downloads
PDF Documents are used throughout this site. Click here to get Adobe Reader to be able to view these documents.
If you've found an owl which appears injured or unwell, there's practical advice about what to do on our Picking up or receiving a live owl page.
What to do if you find a young Tawny Owl. This leaflet explains why young Tawny Owls are often found by people. It tells you how to check the owl over and decide if it needs specialist care. All the information you need on returning it to the wild is included. The advice contained in this leaflet must only be used when dealing with nestling or fledgling Tawny Owls. If the eyelid edges are brown and not livid pink you almost certainly have a young Barn Owl and you need leaflet No. 49, not this one!
Feeding Barn Owls. This leaflet provides information on food for wild or captive Barn Owls. It explains what food to use, where to obtain it, dietary supplements and some safety and hygiene precautions.
Other information on owl rehabilitation. There is a lot more information on this topic in the Barn Owl Conservation Handbook. If however you have a specific question please feel free to contact the Office.