WHAT THEY EAT
Barn owls hunt at night having the ability to fly silently catching small mammals, birds and reptiles. They use powerful talons to grasp prey and can swallow it whole, they then regurgitate the indigestible parts, such as bone, in a pellet.
Barn owls mainly breed in April–June, nesting in tree hollows, caves and buildings. Females lay between 3-6 eggs and only she will incubate them.