Orphaned Baby Owls Get New Home – Design You Trust

Orphaned Baby Owls Get New Home

Two orphaned baby burrowing owls, nicknamed Linford and Christie, have moved into the home of their keeper Jimmy Robinson. The owlets were hatched in an incubator at Longleat Safari Park, Wiltshire, and are now being hand-reared by Jimmy.

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