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Happisburgh Owls
Happisburgh Owls

Meet the Owls

"Dusk"

 

is a melanistic barn owl, he is the opposite to a albino. This rare gene mutation occurs 1 in 100,000 with none surving in the wild, making him an extremely popular member of our Happisburgh Owl team.

Dusk was hatched 1 year ago in a falconry centre in Lincolnshire.

We are very proud to have him here at Happisburgh Owls.

"Zeus "

 

is a European Eagle Owl, the largest species of owl in the world.

Males weighing in at an average of 4 to 5lbs, Females being the larger weighing in at approx 7 - 10lbs.

Zeus has been with me since the age of 2 weeks and she is a strong character, often choosing who she will allow to have the priviledge of holding her.

She was hatched at a local bird of prey centre in 2006.

"Spirit & Phantom"

 

Spirit on left in picture is everyones favourite here at Happisburgh Owls, a real gentle boy making him a popular choice for the youngsters to have a chance to hold a beautiful bird of prey.

Weighing in at only 11ozs / 312 grams even the weakest can hold this beauty.

Spirit was a 2006 hatch at the same local centre as Zeus , He too has been with me since the age of 2 weeks, a real joy to handrear.

 

Phantom on right was my first owl now in her 14th year, she has a tendancy to be very grumpy but being female and in her latter years she is well entitled to show her moods to our visitors lol.

 

 

"Willow " and "Bracken"

 

are Happisburgh owls very own pair of lovebirds.They have been together since hatching in 2008 in Suffolk.

Very popular as they are a very gentle pair of Tawny owls.

Willow the female shows her moody side more due to just being female !!

Nothing phases little Bracken , another pair that the youngsters can handle at ease.

"Mumbles "

 

has won the hearts of almost everyone that visits us .

Named "Mumbles " due to the fact that she appears to answer everyone who speaks to her by clicking her beak in reply.

She was hatched in 2010 in Suffolk and is a Chaco owl , the Tawny equivilent in the regions of Argentina, Paraguay and the Falkland Islands

A real popular character with the very young ones to the softer oldies .

"Arctic "

 

is a Female snowy Owl, being female she is one of our moodier owl's and is only handled on her terms.

Now in her third year she has become a firm favourite with our friends and visitors.

"Shanti"

 

Hatched June 2015, sex not known yet, will keep you posted !!

He/she is a Bengal Eagle Owl and a member of the Bubo family, ear tufts and huge orange eyes are their characteristics.

He/she is proving quite a character at the moment, we know you are going to fall in love with him/her as we have ..

 

 

"Trouble"

 

Trouble is a Northern White Faced Owl and was hatched mid May 2015 in Lincolnshire.

Named Trouble after his/her mischievous appearance and personality, should be a big favourite with our younger visitors

 

 

"Olaf"

 

Canadian Great Grey who is 11 weeks old in this picture 23rd August 2015. He/she belongs to Tonya.

Our younger visitors will know the name "Olaf" as the snowman from the film Frozen, he/she is sure to be yet another big favourite with our friends and visitors.

 

"Acer"

 

Asian Brown Wood Owl, is an owl which is a resident breeder in south Asia from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka east to western Indonesia and south China. This species is very nocturnal but it can often be located by the small birds that mob it while it is roosting in a tree. It feeds mainly on small mammals birds and reptiles. It nests in a hole in a tree or on a forked trunk, laying two eggs.

She is sure to be yet another big favourite with our friends and visitors.

 

"Ghost"

 

English Barn Owl bred by ourselves in 2014.

Ghost's Mum and Dad were used to deliver wedding rings to the bride & groom at weddings.

Hand reared from 1 day old and a big softy.

She is sure to be yet another big favourite with our friends and visitors.

 

"Munchkin"

 

Little Owl, Our new team member born May 2017

Introduced to the UK in the 19th century they are found now all over the UK but none in northern Scotland.

They feed mainly on small rodents, small birds and insects.

Hand reared like all our others and a big softy.

He is sure to be yet another big favourite with our friends and visitors.

 

"Timber"

 

Ural Owl, Our newest team member born May 2017

Born in captivity in Lincolnshire but native to Europe and Northern Asia.

There main food source in the wild would be small rodents and birds up to size of a pigeon.

Hand reared like all our others and a big softy.

He is sure to be yet another big favourite with our friends and visitors.

 

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