Birds

Barn Owl

Barn Owl

Is the most widely distributed species of owl globally and has the greatest selection of names.

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Great Grey Owl

Great Grey Owl

A large owl most active at night but during the breeding season it may be seen hunting in daylight hours.

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Eurasian Eagle Owl

Eurasian Eagle Owl

Arguably, the world’s largest owl with a wing span of 160-188cm and the female weighing up to 4.2kg.

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Little Owl

Little Owl

Little owls were introduced into the UK in the 19th century and are now listed as a native species.

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North American Great Horned Owl

North American Great Horned Owl

Long, ear-like tufts, a yellow eyed stare and a deep hooting voice it is the classic owl of children’s stories.

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Northern Hawk Owl

Northern Hawk Owl

Mainly a diurnal bird hunting for small mammals, in particular, lemmings and voles.

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Ural Owl

Ural Owl

Medium to large owl with a round head and no ear tufts.

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Tawny Owl

Tawny Owl

This adaptable owl is the most common owl in the UK.

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South American Great Horned Owl

South American Great Horned Owl

A sub-species of the North American Great Horned Owl but has amber eyes instead of yellow eyes.

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