Little Owl

Little Owls were first introduced to the UK in the early 19th century. Of all the owls found in the UK the little owl is the most crepuscular and can often be seen perched in broad daylight. When alarmed they will rapidly bob their heads up and down and rapidly take flight with their long rounded wings.

You can find more information on little owls here.

Join me on an Owl Photography Workshop for an unmissable opportunity to photograph wild owls as they hunt the farmland, moorland and wildflower meadows of the Peak District National Park.

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Little Owls were first introduced to the UK in the early 19th century. Of all the owls found in the UK the little owl is the most crepuscular and can often be seen perched in broad daylight. When alarmed they will rapidly bob their heads up and down and rapidly take flight with their long rounded wings.

You can find more information on little owls here.

Join me on an Owl Photography Workshop for an unmissable opportunity to photograph wild owls as they hunt the farmland, moorland and wildflower meadows of the Peak District National Park.

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