A barn owl box meant to document the wild barn owls to learn and serve as an educational effort for species conservation.
All activities in this wild barn owl box are monitored as part of a research group's scientific activities from the Shamir Research Institude and Univerity of Haifa in Isreal. The behavior you see in this wild barn owl box is uninterupted and without human intervention, the wildlife are free to enter and leave as they please and events such as siblicide, starvation, and failure to thrive can happen and may be disturbing to some viewers. This camera is added with cooperation from the University of Florida and the Charter Group of Wildlife Ecology.
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