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Live Barn Owl Nest Box Webcam

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What's been happening in the box?

Since mid-April Brenda and Boris have laid five eggs so far this season:

The box is situated on private land in east Somerset. We are watching the nest site but won’t be intervening.

Click here to find out more about barn owls.

Meet a Barn Owl at one of our Barn Owl events

Meet Bellatrix and Beau and can find out more about Somerset’s brilliant barn owls in a series of evening events in early 2016, hosted by Somerset Wildlife Trust and birds of prey expert, Chris Sperring. Broadcaster and naturalist Chris Sperring MBE is the Hawk & Owl Trust’s Conservation Officer for the South West and a vice president of Somerset Wildlife Trust. The ticket price of £10 includes the talk, plus tea or coffee, and homemade cake, and the Langford Budville event will include a wildlife walk around our Langford Heathfield nature reserve.

Book your place on one of our Barn Owl events now:

Glastonbury Town Hall - February 24

Horton Village Hall - March 17

Langford Budville Village Hall - April 21

Warning: This webcam contains live unedited footage of a family of barn owls. Please understand that at times this may include disturbing images, discretion is advised

Code of conduct: We welcome everyone on to our barn owl forum, but do ask that you be polite and respectful of others. Please do not use any bad language, full capitalisation of posts, offensive or controversial materials, please keep in mind that there will be children viewing this webcam. This forum is open to discussions of this barn owl webcam and barn owls in general.

Thank you for your participation.

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The Somerset Community Barn Owl Project is funded by Viridor Credits Environmental Company; a charity that distributes monies from the Landfill Communities Fund.
The project is a collaboration with the Hawk and Owl Trust, a national charity dedicated to conserving wild birds of prey and owls and their habitats.