The loss of tussocky grassland -habitat for its small-mammal prey – in our farmed landscape has hit populations. Even so, the BTO says that barn owl numbers doubled in 1995-2013. Nestboxes and the warming of the climate have been crucial, adds the Barn Owl Trust.
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