Barn Owl with prey in old barn
This was where it all began back in early 2015. In an old stable that is now unused, I noticed some owl pellets on the floor. I put a Bushnell Trophy Cam in the barn for a few nights to see how regularly it was being used. Every night two owls, one male, one female, would come into the barn with prey. They would eat their catch and rest for about an hour on the ceiling beams and then leave. Not once did they roost in the barn, they just seemed to use it to feed. I guess it was a safe place to eat away from other predators like foxes or even tawny owls. This image is only available in print as a limited edition giclée print measuring either 16"x24" or 20"x30".
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