Barn Owl Trust News

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June News Bytes

These newsbytes have appeared on our social media sites, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram during the month and have been pulled together here. Western Power Distribution Apprentice Group! Monday 6th June A group of apprentices and managers from Western Power Distribution (WPD) arrived on site this morning! Here they are receiving a brief from their manager and our […]

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May News Bytes

These newsbytes have appeared on our social media sites, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, during the month and have been pulled together here. Rescue and rehabilitation This video on our social media pages (see here on Facebook) shows our Conservation and Science Officer, Mateo, hand-feeding a wild-hatched Tawny Owl. This owlet was found in a pothole […]

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April News Bytes

These newsbytes appeared on our social media sites: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram during April 2022.   BOESS training course! Our online Barn Owl Ecology, Survey and Signs (BOESS) course is now available on our website. We’ve just recently received this wonderful review: “The most well-designed online ecology training course I have ever attended, and I […]

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March News Bytes

These newsbytes have appeared on our social media sites, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram during the month and have been pulled together here.   Wildlife Tower! Kevin, one of our Trustees, has been busy building his very own timber Wildlife Tower! You can find out all about Wildlife Towers on our website here.   Rodenticides… Sadly, […]

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Radio Tracking Research Published

Surprisingly little is known about what young Barn Owls do when they become independent, but collaborators from the Trust, Ambios Ltd and Lotek UK have produced original scientific research on their dispersal behaviour. By fitting radio-tags to young owls in their nests, the team created an exciting opportunity to follow the juveniles as they ventured […]

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February News Bytes

Thanks 34SP.com Big thanks to 34SP.com who continue to provide free hosting for our website. It continues to be a source of excellent practical Barn Owl information and advice based on over 30 years’ experience of conservation, rescue, and rehabilitation. The website is visited by nearly a million people annually, and 34SP’s support since 2017 […]

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Postal Charges Changes

The Barn Owl Trust became VAT registered (VAT NO: 399 8301 41) on 1st January 2022 and began issuing VAT invoices on 15th January. We have emailed everyone that purchased goods between the 1st and 14th to offer them a VAT invoice if they are registered and can reclaim the VAT paid on their goods. […]

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