The Barn Owl is one of five native species of owls to Great Britain and is certainly the most popular and recognisable
Found in the Americas, this is perhaps one of the world’s most unique owls as it lives underground as its name suggests, unlike any other species.
Great Grey Owl
This large owl of the upper northern hemisphere is a perfect example of a raptor that primarily uses hearing to find prey.
From South America, this is an owl of largely tropical rainforest habitats where it preys upon small mammals up to the size of skunks.
most common owl in Britain and also known as the ‘Brown Owl’, this nocturnal species hunt a largely rodent diet in woodland
African Spotted Owl
A medium sized African eagle owl.
Milky Eagle Owl
Wow an owl with pink eyelids!
European Eagle Owl
Arguably the worlds largest owl and certainly far more widespread than its giant rival the Blakiston’s Fishing Owl!
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Watch an owl swoop through its natural, woodland habitat, stroll in open countryside accompanied by a hawk and witness an eagle or vulture soar before diving back down to earth and onto the gloved arm.