Select here to go directly to the main text of the page
World Owl Trust - leading the World in Owl Conservation

Text Version Last Updated: January 5, 2014 17:30

Wednesday 26th November, 2014

Follow us!

Follow us on facebook Follow us on Twitter Watch our videos on You Tube

Wulf’s Blog

Wulf

Friday 15th March 2013

I’ve been taking my outstanding holidays, which need to be taken before the end of March. That’s the reason why I haven’t done a blog for a few weeks. I still have four days to take off, which I will do next week, after that, normal service will be resumed.

I think we may already have some owlets. Owlet noises were heard in the American Barn Owls in the Breeding Ground. Both pairs of Brown Wood Owls, both in the Breeding Ground and Main Display have gone down on eggs, as have both pairs of Southern Horned Owls.

Today was also the first time that I have flown Mortimer the Buzzard free, off the creance line. She did great! Nicely in time for the commencement of the flying season, which starts on the 23rd of this month.

That’s it for now. I’ll be back to normal regular blogs by the 27th of March

Wulf

Click: to E-mail Wulf

  Click on logo to access the Excellence Through People Web site World Owl Trust
Registered Charity Number: 1107529
Limited Company Number: 5296745
The World Owl Trust is Positive About Disabled People  
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.
The World Owl Trust is a member of EAZA
Any comments, errors or problems please contact the webmaster