Tucson Wildlife Center – Patient Timeline
Tucson Wildlife Center received these baby barn owls on March 30th after they were found between bales of hay in a truck that was making a delivery to Tucson. They received treatment and nourishment, and by mid-April, they were placed with our resident Barn Owls, Nono and Val, who are now serving as their foster parents. The progress and development of these beautiful birds have been remarkable.
Barn owls are common, in fact, they are the most widespread land bird species in the world. They are nocturnal, silent fliers, and rely on hearing when hunting.
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May 5, 2022
Click on the link below. It will take you to our Youtube channel so you can listen to the “hissing” and “click-click” sounds they make.