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2003 Devon Barn Owl Survey Report (free)
Ramsden, D.J. and Howells, J.
A joint project by the Barn Owl Trust and the Devon Bird watching and Preservation Society.
ISBN 13 978-0-9525578-1-4
Open as PDF: 2003 Devon Barn Owl Survey Report. Please save/print as required.
Hand made wooden mice£1.95–£4.95
Wooden mice – very cute – each one is individual and unique. Can be stuck onto shelves, cheese boards etc.
Made of Jempinis wood, they are hand carved in Bali by one elderly man, Bambang Utupur, who lives on his own in the middle of a forest clearing 5 miles from his nearest neighbour.
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Pack of 30 blank A6 cards£12.00
This bumper pack contains 30 A6 – 148 x 105 mm – cards and envelopes. At least 8 different designs randomly picked from the images shown, the cards have been left blank for your own message.
Two small bird nestboxes£36.00
These small bird nestboxes (suitable for blue tits and other hole-nesting birds) are ‘built to last’ at the Barn Owl Trust to the standard BTO design but with two key improvements. See Product Description below.
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This slim line note pad (approx 60mm wide by 185mm long) has a beautiful Barn Owl cover taken from an original painting by Julia Hockin. Ideal for creating your shopping lists.
Buy a Notepad and recycled Pencil set and save!
‘Wings of Change’ DVD & Schools pack CD£20.00
‘Wings of Change’ Story on DVD & Schools Pack Resources on CD.
The Wings of Change DVD is presented by naturalist and TV presenter, Nick Baker, who tells the story of Barn Owls resident on a farm between 1940 and the present day. A thought provoking and educational DVD most suited to primary school viewers, but of interest to all ages.
The Schools Pack CD contains over 30 PDF files of information and worksheets for teachers to use as educational resource material, aimed at primary school aged children.
Feedback – back issue (free)Our bi-annual magazine Feedback is produced for Friends and supporters and is packed with news, articles and photographs.To receive the latest copy by post or email: Become a ‘Friend’ or Adopt an owl.Download a back issue free:
- Feedback 52 – Autumn 2014
- Feedback 51 – Spring 2014
- Feedback 50 – Autumn 2013 – 25th anniversary issue
- Feedback 49 – Spring 2013
- Feedback 48 – Autumn 2012
- Feedback 47 – Spring 2012
The spring editions contain 16 pages of news, articles and photographs, the Autumn editions, at 24 pages, also contain our Annual Report.
2004 Cornwall Barn Owl Survey Report (free)
French, P.& Ramsden D.
A joint project by the Barn Owl Trust and the Cornwall Bird Watching and Preservation Society.
ISBN 13 978-0-9525578-2-1
Open as PDF: Cornwall Barn Owl Survey 2004
Barn Owls and Major Roads (free)
A major study into the effects of trunk roads (such as motorways and dual carriageways) on Barn Owl populations. Sections include; the effects of a 22 km new dual carriageway and an old 14 km motorway on local Barn Owl populations; the long-term effect of the trunk road network on the wider Barn Owl population.
Draws on Barn Owl data we collected over a 15-year period including 1,163 birds ringed, 257 ring recoveries, 1,138 Barn Owl sightings and the details of 162 unringed road casualties. Contains recommendations for changes in road verge design.
Written by our Senior Conservation Officer; David J Ramsden.
ISBN 13 978-0-9525578-3-8
Open as PDF: Barn Owls and Major Roads