One of the most interesting projects that we as a farm are involved with is the Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Suffolk Community Barn Owl Project http://www.suffolkwildlifetrust.org/. The project covers the whole county with over 1200 boxes or natural nest sites monitored by over 100 people throughout the breeding season and is administered by the trust.
|Tawny Owls 2010|
|This year's adult female at Kiln Farm|
|The view inside the box|
|The Westhorpe Female|
The round of late visits looking for any second or late broods to all of these boxes have showed that all the chicks fledged successfully.