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Even on farms and estates where good habitat remains. Barn Owls often disappear because communities become so small and isolated in the region as a whole that there is insufficient immigration of young birds to replace those which die.

Corridors can be formed around field margins and ideally these would beat least six metres wide. If necessary margins can be created by sowing meadow grass seed mix. Where possible these corridors should be linked in with other corridors in the area and we can advise regarding this as we are constantly carrying out and updating land surveys.

If you would like our advice then please Contact us.

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