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By: G Shaw and A Dowell
16 pages, 4 col plates, 4 figs
Presents the results of a 3-year study in south-west Scotland, in which the authors demonstrate that in areas where habitat and prey are suitable, barn owl numbers are limited primarily by lack of nesting sites. It includes details of how and where to provide artificial nestboxes, and provides important guidelines for reintroducing or increasing existing barn owl populations.
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