The November nestbox workshop held by the Trust and the Pensilva Wildlife Group resulted in thirteen new homes for Barn Owls being built. Participants met in the Millennium Hall, Pensilva for a presentation by our Head of Conservation, David. They then transformed old tea-chests into desirable residences for the birds. The day was completed by a visit to a local farm where a nestbox was erected and David answered questions and gave advice on putting up boxes safely in suitable locations. Despite the wet and windy weather the day was a great success.
If you are part of a group interested in organising a nestbox workshop with the Trust in your local area please contact Jo. If you are an individual wanting to attend a workshop here at the Trust you can find out exactly what is involved by reading our Nestbox Workshop page and then email us and we’ll let you know when we have a date.