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Barn Owls on Site A Guide for Developers and Planners

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By: Frances Ramsden(Author), David Ramsden(Author), Glyn Jones(Illustrator), Earl of Cranbrook(Foreword By)
48 pages, 12 colour photos, 4 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Barn Owl Trust
Barn Owls on Site
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  • Barn Owls on Site ISBN: 9780952557807 Edition: 1 Paperback Jan 1995 Out of Print #227684
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Based on five years of research, and produced with the support of English Nature, this well-illustrated little book is packed full of useful information for anyone interested in barn owls or their conservation. It is specifically aimed at those involved in planning and development which may affect barn owls, with chapters covering problems facing the species, legislation, barn conversions, site surveys, planning applications, and protection prior, during and after construction. Also included are advice on constructing and installing nestboxes. Essential reading for anyone carrying out a barn owl survey or establishing whether a site is used by barn owls.

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Out of Print
By: Frances Ramsden(Author), David Ramsden(Author), Glyn Jones(Illustrator), Earl of Cranbrook(Foreword By)
48 pages, 12 colour photos, 4 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Barn Owl Trust
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