We offer 2 different one-day courses: Barn Owl Ecology, Surveys and Signs (BOESS) – a one-day foundation course covering Barn Owl ecology, legislation, surveying and basic mitigation. Typically run twice in February, July and November. Advanced Barn Owl Surveying and Mitigation (ABOSM) – for previous attendees of BOESS, our advanced course covers surveying, mitigation, and report preparation in […]
Spring 2018 05/04/18 The first egg has been reported to us today, from a site in North Devon. This is something of a surprise after all the cold and wet weather Devon and Cornwall has experienced recently.
You can experience the LLP wildlife haven by coming along to one of our Seasonal Guided Walks or a Barn Owl Trust Talk hosted in our Meeting Room. See our Events Diary for details. (Booked events only – sorry, the project is not open to visitors at other times.) Read the full Lennon Legacy Project story.
We offer exciting, inspirational Barn Owl talks for schools, youth groups and adult groups. All our presentations have been specially designed with the best environmental education in mind and have been well received by groups for a number of years. We are based in Devon but can travel into Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset to deliver […]
It’s not the best picture but you can just make out the back of our first owlet of the year! You can find links to watch the live stream or read the latest Nestcam Diary entries here.
At the beginning of February 2016, we demolished ‘Baley’s’ aviary along with another one that was going to be replaced later in the year. Jaz worked closely with Mark – a placement student to create the block work base, paint it and build the wooden frame. Wire mesh was re-used to make the sides and the […]
Our Cornish Barn Owls have laid their first egg of the year. On the 12th April 2016, around 6.30pm, the female Barn Owl laid her first egg. The video below was taken during the following day from our Nestcam, showing the female changing incubating position. Keep up to date with all the action via our […]
Published this week (Feb 2015) – the State Of The UK Barn Owl Population 2014 can now be found on our website. Despite winter 13-14 being the stormiest and wettest for 250 years, it was mild and therefore quite a good one for Barn Owls (except where long term flooding was an issue). An early spring […]
December 2014 A damp start to the month, the temperature dropping below freezing on some nights and predominately northerly winds. Despite this the grass is continuing to grow slowly, good news for the voles living in the litter layer and everything that eats them! By the wreath making workshop on the 11th all of the […]
‘Restoring the Balance’ Talk and Ploughman’s Supper Join us for a delicious Ploughman’s supper in our Meeting Room followed by a fascinating talk and slideshow, describing the Barn Owl’s lifestyle, its decline, the work of the Trust and how everyone can help. Date: Wednesday 19th NOVEMBER 2014- 7.30pm Minimum donation per person: £10 (Friends of BOT […]