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Birds of a feather: The 10 lost and abandoned owls forming a family at St Tiggywinkles animal hospital. Daily Mail Reporter. 10 June 2011.

Birds of a feather: The 10 lost and abandoned owls forming a family at St Tiggywinkles animal hospital

Birds of a feather: The 10 lost and abandoned owls forming a family at St Tiggywinkles animal hospital. Daily Mail Reporter. 10 June 2011.

These 3 barn owl chicks are only days from fledging and have appeared at the entrance to their nest one evening patiently awaiting the return of a parent with a rodent dinner.

From fluffy chicks to birds of prey: The pictures which capture the transformation of growing barn owls

These "Three" Barn Owls look like the Three Wise Men.

Tawny Owl-Strix aluco Pinned by www.myowlbarn.com

Spotted this Tawny Owl on the barn lantern today.

Tawny Owl Perched in Tree Below Nearly Full Moon Photographic Print by George Mccarthy at Art.com

Tawny Owl Perched in Tree Below Nearly Full Moon Photographic Print by George Mccarthy

Tight Fit - Tawny Owl, Surrey, Bird of Prey, Nature, Wildlife Photography, Life Spirit, Mark Conway

Tight Fit - Tawny Owl, Surrey, Bird of Prey, Nature, Wildlife Photography, Life Spirit, Mark Conway

Tawny Owl. Photo by Milan Zygmunt.

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Tawny Owl by Sweetmart

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Cárabo común - White Tawny owl (strix aluco) in the Harz Region Germany

National Aquarium – Tawny frogmouth This is an Australian bird but is not a member of the owl family.  It has amazing camouflage.

National Aquarium – Tawny frogmouth This is an Australian bird but is not a member of the owl family. It has amazing camouflage. --Certainly looks like an owl though :)

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Tawny owl, Barn Owl Centre Gloucester, by Greg Morgan | Flickr

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Credit: Alamy Tawny owl One of the most recognisable calls of any English bird, the tawny’s “twit-twoo” is in fact a duet between a male and female bird. Often you will only hear a “twit” (more like a “ke-wick”) or a “twoo”. Tawnys inhabit a range of woodlands including conifer plantations, notably Kielder in Northumberland.

The Tawny owl is the UK's most familiar and widespread owl. This feathered fliers are nocturnal and rarely seen during the day.

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