Never miss the latest news about Suffolk’s barn owls, find out more about their secret lives and how you can help them thrive in our countryside.
Suffolk Wildlife Trust supports landowners, farmers and community groups to take action for Suffolk’s barn owls. With your help we can bring back Suffolk’s barn owls.
So, get involved, keep an eye on our barn owl live webcam and let us know in the comments section if you see any interesting behaviour.
Oka Last, Barn Owl Adviser
This blog is part of Suffolk Wildlife Trust's Heritage Lottery funded work to help more people take action for local wildlife
Have they or haven’t they? Look carefully and we can see a few tail feathers moving at the top of the webcam view. The Chick P’s are most likely sitting on the top shelf of the nest box looking out of the hole. This is what we call ‘branching out’ where the Chick P’s will hop in and out of the nest box and maybe along a nearby branch - it will take a little while for them to get used to the big wide world outside their cosy nest box which has been their home for the past few months. Once the Chick P’s take the plunge they will take their first flight - this is when they have fledged (left the nest).