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NEWS FEED: Wildlife

Barn Owl Blog – A sad week for our Barn Owls

June 23rd, 2017

It is very sad that our youngest of the three chicks has now died. We don’t know why for sure, but it could have been the heat, it could have had something wrong with it or the older chicks might have been getting all the food. It could have been a combination of all of […]

School children help return water voles to Meon Valley

June 16th, 2017

Children aged 7 to 11 from local schools in the Meon Valley got hands-on conservation experience on 8 & 9 June when they helped release water voles into the River Meon. Pupils from West Meon C of E Primary School, Inwoods Small School and Droxford Junior School learned about the South Downs National Park’s work […]

Barn Owl Blog – Youngest chick succumbs to heat

June 16th, 2017

Update:  June 19 2017 Sadly it appears that our youngest owlet has succumbed to the heat and died. Our webcam is obviously giving us a glimpse into all sides of a barn owl’s life, and not all of it is rosy. Please be prepared when you view the live cam. June 16 2017 – Ringing […]

Barn Owl Blog – The growing family

June 9th, 2017

Sadly, this week we lost the youngest owlet. Unfortunately, as mentioned last week, it is usual for 25% of the brood not to survive to fledging. On a more positive note, the remaining three are doing very well despite the wet and windy weather we have been having lately. Barn Owls cannot fly in heavy […]

More ideas to go wild this June?

May 31st, 2017

Every year during the month of June the Wildlife Trusts run a campaign challenging people to make room for nature in their lives every day for 30 days.  They hope that by encouraging busy people to do this over an extended period they will be more likely to continue to care not only for their own local patch but […]

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