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Wildflower meadow

Wildflower meadow


ON THE BACK: “Tawnies" are the most numerous of the owls found on the UK mainland. The characteristic "twit-twoo" of the male and "kewick" of the female are familiar to many but, being a largely nocturnal species, they are seldom seen. They are relatively sedentary. As the last ice age receded, tawny owls failed to colonise the island of Ireland and many of our outlying islands. In ringing studies none have been recorded crossing to or from mainland Europe.


    15.5cm x 15.5cm card printed on carbon captured paper (supporting the Woodland Trust) supplied with a ribbed kraft brown envelope in a compostable wrapper.with a white envelope in a compostable wrapper.

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