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Tony Bell Sep 26
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Bea 🇨🇦 Sep 18
I feel privileged...just watched 3 flying around our neighbourhood. Lots of calling throughout the night....or at least every time I wake up. 😄
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Woodland Trust Feb 1
During winter nights listen out for the 's famous 'twit-twoo' call. This distinctive call is made up of the females sharp high pitched 'ke-wick' which is shortly followed by the males wavering 'hoo-hoo' 🦉
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Tony Bell Oct 6
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BBC Springwatch Mar 2
🦉Got a spare 20 mins free this weekend? Well jump on board our 'Weekend Watch' and take part in the Tawny Owl Calling Survey, details here: 👉 Please submit results even if you don't hear any! 🤗
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Jo King Oct 2
Who needs an alarm clock when you’ve got a very demanding female screaming outside your bedroom window at 6.45am
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BTO Garden BirdWatch 14 Aug 18
Fancy spending a small amount of time this summer listening for ? is launching a survey to be better understand population changes. Can you take on a survey square?
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Woodland Trust 29 May 18
The is the classic owl and a true nocturnal hunter! More often heard than seen, their call is a mix of the females sharp high pitched 'ke-wick' call being answered by the males wavering 'hoo-hoo'. Learn more about them at
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Rachel Toll Jun 4
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'Stick' Ballard Nov 5
I've just completed the calling survey for a second time. Very easy to do, takes just 20 mins of listening and then record your findings on an online form. Doing my bit for UK wildlife.
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Woodland Trust Jun 3
Can you tell your from your ? Use our handy call guide to help!🦉
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Woodland Trust Oct 24
calling behaviour varies throughout the year but is most pronounced in , when owls are re-establishing their territories and newly independent youngsters are settling into their patches. Listen out for the famous 'twit-twoo' call!
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Tony Bell Oct 4
Tawny telling the little one’s it’s time to venture out
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Andy Howard 28 May 18
My view right now. 😎🦉📷
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Lavenham Falconry Oct 12
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Robert E Fuller Jul 24
As ripped through UK skies last night this was unmoved. Turn your sound on 🔊 to appreciate just how unruffled this is
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Lavenham Falconry Oct 11
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Robert E Fuller Jul 24
And a chick barely bothered 🦉⛈️ in
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BTO Garden BirdWatch Dec 4
Thank you to everyone currently taking part in 's Calling Survey! It’s not too late to get involved and help us learn more about owls. You can get the latest update in this e-newsletter: .
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BHL 21 May 18
Whooooo needs some ? (Strix aluco) is here for your needs! by Archibald Thorburn for Thomas Coward's Birds of the British Isles and Their Eggs (1919). Contributed for digitization in by :
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