Little Owl
Introduced into the UK in the 19th century, the diminutive little owl can now be seen along hedgerows, on farmland and in parkland across England and Wales. It often perches on a pole or rock, looking out for its unsuspecting prey.It's only 20cm tall.
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Little Owl
Barn Owl
The beautiful barn owl is, perhaps, our most-loved owl. With its distinctive heart-shaped face, pure white feathers, and ghostly silent flight, it's easy to identify. Look out for it flying low over fields and hedgerows at dawn and dusk. It stand 30-35cm tall.
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Barn Owl
Short Eared Owl
The short-eared owl, or 'Shortie', is an unusual owl because it prefers to be out and about in the daytime. It is most easily spotted in winter, when resident birds are joined by migrants. Look out for it over moorlands and saltmarshes. They stand 35-40cm tall. They are usually seen in December - January.
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Short Eared Owl
Long Eared Owl
The Long-eared Owl is a medium-sized owl, smaller than a Woodpigeon. It often looks long and thin, with head feathers (known as ear tufts, even though they are not ears) which it raises when alarmed. It is light brown with darker brown streaks and deep orange eyes.
Long Eared Owl
Long Eared Owl
Long Eared Owl
Long Eared Owl
Other Owls
These are non resident owls in the UK.
Eurasian Eagle Owl
Eurasian Eagle Owl
Brown Wood Owl
Brown Wood Owl

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