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2003 Devon Barn Owl Survey Report Results From a County-Wide Survey by the Barn Owl Trust with the Devon Bird Watching and Preservation Society

By: DJ Ramsden and J Howells
20 pages, maps, tables
Publisher: Barn Owl Trust
2003 Devon Barn Owl Survey Report
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  • 2003 Devon Barn Owl Survey Report ISBN: 9780952557814 Spiralbound May 2007 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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A repeated census of the county Barn Owl roost and nest sites ten years on from the first in 1993. The survey methods used rely on data already held by the Trust and so any developments in BOT's activities that may skew results between the two surveys are discussed.

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By: DJ Ramsden and J Howells
20 pages, maps, tables
Publisher: Barn Owl Trust
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