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Friday 25th July, 2014

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My name is Bubo and I am a European Eagle Owl. I am here to show you around.

Are you doing your Animal Active Badge? One of the activities you can do is to find out about an endangered wild animal and present your findings in an interesting way. If you would like to research an endangered owl have a look at these fact sheets to get your project started.

Two Fact sheets about an endangered owl.

Are you interested in owls and are you doing your Community Action Badge? Find out about how the World Owl Trust is working to protect wildlife living near you. Perhaps you can help!

Our Conservation Officer Millie is not working on any projects that she needs help with at the moment. Why not try one of the following things to help out instead?

If you are practical why not have a go at making a bat or bird box to help wildlife survive. Click here for a simple bat box plan or here for a more complicated one. Or if you fancy making a bird nest box instead follow this link to a good page by National Nest Box Week for some ideas: http://www.bto.org/nnbw/make.htm.

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