Barn Owl Trust Barncam
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Barncam is a view of a specially adapted Barn Owl Trust nestbox in a barn in Cornwall (UK).

If you’re patient, you should be able to see adult Barn Owls coming and going and eventually watch the young owls fledging. You can also watch Nestcam, which is a close up view inside the nestbox. The cameras and the images are kindly provided to the Trust free of charge by Wlidlife TV.

Wild Barn Owls have been nesting at this site since 1994 and most years they have been successful. However, please be aware that they are in the wild at a remote location and we’re not in control of what happens to them! It is natural for some of the eggs to fail and some of the nestlings to die and we cannot be held responsible for this.

Survival and nesting success are largely controlled by food supply and encouraging the creation of prey-rich habitat is one of the most important things that the Barn Owl Trust does. Hopefully the owls will do really well this year and you’ll really enjoy watching them.

Practical conservation measures like habitat advice and nestbox erection are only two of the many things the Barn Owl Trust does and details can be found on our website.