I caught a little video of the barn owl on tonight’s walk :) I’ve been seeing it for a while now as it’s taken to hanging out on the top of the compost toilet door. This is the perfect place from which to survey the field, which with its areas of long grass and forgotten kale plants provides the perfect hunting ground for an owl, as well as buzzards, red kites, kestrels and sparrow hawks.
It’s takes a few seconds but then you can see it come into view above the trees :)
Tell tales signs on the compost toilet steps! The owl pellets are made of undigested regurgitated feathers bones and other non edible stuff!