From The Web: European Eagle Owl info.

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What diet and health care is suggested for the largest of the European owls? Read More...

The Buzzard's Story

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A bad case of frounce nearly put paid to the future of this Common Buzzard brought in to us this week - once again, our vet saved the day! Read More...

New Owl species discovered

A new species of Owl has been discovered by a British ornithologist working in Oman. For an introduction to the story and pictures, read on… Read More...

Mob Rule - NOT OK!

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Attacked by a murder of crows (for that's their group name) this poor Tawny Owl lost and eye and worse would have ensued had not a caring soul rescue him and brought him to us. But now, he's fit, well and almost ready to return to the wild… Read More...

Two's company!

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It's been a case of Two's Company as both these fine fellows were brought in separately, both found close to their nests and although some miles apart both suffering from a similar lack of food. And thereby hangs the tale… Read More...

A Hammy Encounter

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Impaling oneself on a radio mast is not the best way to start the day, but thankfully this fine fellow has lived to tell the tale... Read More...

Stand by for take-off!

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Our good friend Brian McFarlane sent us marvellous images of some of our flying team as they reach peak fitness in the build-up to Summer, when they participate in demonstrations at the centre. Above is Rheia the Steppe Eagle - read on for more images Read More...

More new arrivals

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The breeding season has begun in earnest at S.O.S., with new arrivals appearing all the time! Read More...

Up, Up… and away!

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Our battered Tawny friend from a few weeks ago has now fully recovered and his rescuers were able to capture the moment of release back to the wild. Read More...

Spring edition of Free newsletter for schools

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This week we launched the latest edition of The Stonham Screecher - our free schools newsletter, available on request. Read More...

And now, a word for our Sponsors

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As a charity, paying the bills and spreading the word is not always the easiest of tasks in these days of financial restraint, so we'd like to pay tribute to our staff, volunteers, donors, adopters and well-wishers as we welcome a new corporate sponsor to the fold. Read More...

A Long-Eared Story

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We recently received a rare visitor to our raptor hospital - a Long Eared Owl who arrived suffering from the unexpected cold snap! But a few days R&R brought him back to his pristine better self. Read More...

Hospital 'springs' into action

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Our dedicated raptor hospital saw victims of road traffic accidents and the enduring cold weather as visitors this week - luckily Maz's husband gave up some of his sleep to help save the day! Read More...

New kids on the block...

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This time last week we were up to our armpits in snow - but today the sun cam out and with it, news of two new arrivals at S.O.S - the first of the Spring brood... Read More...

It's a Funny Old World...

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A week ago - sunny Spring weather. This week? Now look at us…. :-) Read More...

Under-The-Bonnet Hitchhiker

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Early in February, BBC News reported on a driver on Miami who found she had an unexpected extra passenger on board - a Great Horned Owl who had been travelling under the bonnet of her car. Click here to see the full story Read More...

Now you see me - now you don't

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Some remarkable pictures illustrating the superb effectiveness of Owl camouflage turned up in our inbox recently - see if you can spot them! Read More...

Kestrel's Life On The Ocean Wave

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Is it a bird? Is it a boat? No - it's the strange tale of a bird on a boat not unlike this one as she hitched a lift back to Blighty from halfway across the North Sea with some sailors travelling from The Netherlands. Read More...

Raptor Hospital Review 2012

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As the new year begins, we start archiving our records, this week focussing on the wild owls and other birds of prey admitted to our Raptor Hospital in 2012. Read More...