More Meadows for Barn Owls

  • Date: 7 December 2018
  • Time: Start 8pm, finishes by 9.15pm
  • Address: Ashburton Town Hall
Barn Owl
Photo: Russell Savory

An inspiring talk on how we can help Barn Owls, by naturalist David Ramsden

Barn Owls are birds of open countryside. Every meadow is potentially therefore an incredibly valuable resource for these wonderful birds. Facing numerous threats, they really need our help.

David Ramsden is a hugely knowledgeable naturalist and engaging speaker. If you’d like to know how you can create some valuable habitat within your meadow to help Barn Owls, or if you’d simply just like to know more about the lives of these wonderful birds and where you are likely to see one, then come to Ashburton Town Hall on the evening of December 7th to discover amongst other things:

What habitat makes barn owl heaven

What you could provide in part of your meadow

How to manage it

Where best to site a barn owl box

It will start at 8pm and finish by 9.15pm
Doors open 7.30pm

How to book:
As seats are limited, please reserve your place now by completing the form below. Suggested entrance donation £2, payable on the door.

For more information on Barn Owls see Barn Owl Trust.




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