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World Owl Trust - leading the World in Owl Conservation

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Thursday 30th October, 2014

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Key Stage One:
‘Owl Detectives’ Centre Tour

This tour is designed to be a fun introduction to owls. It helps to cover the following:

  1. That owls are all different, some are big, some are small, some live in hot places, some live in cold places, they are different colours. They have different coloured eyes.
  2. Owls are specially adapted to where they live. They have special camouflage, they hunt at different times.
  3. Some of the ways in which owls use their senses, i.e sight and hearing.
  4. That some owls are rare and some are more common.
  5. That there are some owls that are native to Britain and what some of those owls are.
  6. That different species of owls eat different things.
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The World Owl Trust is a member of BIAZA
The World Owl Trust is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquariums (EAZA). The Trust relies on a dedicated membership, visitors, donations and legacies.
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