A First-Hand Look at Nature’s Most Effective Pest Control With a Barn Owl Box
In a recent issue of Forbes magazine, a noted grape grower said you could “look at barn owls as free labor that works while you sleep.”
With an almost global population, barn owls will thrive in just about any habitat – except for the desert and polar regions. Feasting almost exclusively on small rodents, barn owls have been used since the 1980s by property owners, ranchers and farmers in places likes Israel and Malaysia for highly effective biological pest control.
More and more people in the U.S. are turning to barn owls for the same reason. The most effective way to do that is to install barn owl boxes.
They Eat How Much?
Studies show that one individual barn owl can cover up to 100 acres per night and eat 25,000 mice per year. With a life expectancy of up to 10 years, that translates to over 250,000 rodents.
In body weight, that’s over twice as much as other predatory birds.
Barn Owl Expert Hand-Crafts Barn Owl Houses for Property Owners, Ranchers and Farmers
For more than 25 years, naturalist and bird of prey expert, Tom Stephan has educated others about the beauty and wonder of birds of prey and barn owls in particular.
“Animal Planet” recently profiled Tom for being recruited by airport officials to use his birds of prey to chase other birds away, and avoid hitting planes.
Devoting his time to teaching others about birds of prey and offering barn owl boxes for sale, Tom has custom-built and installed over 34,000 barn owl boxes for property owners either looking for truly effective pest management or those who simply want to get an up-close look one of nature’s most gentle yet powerful creatures.
Even better news for customers is that the boxes are self-cleaning and maintenance-free, and arrive at your property with a camera that can be used to watch the new barn owl family.
Order Your Barn Owl Box
To learn more about the fascinating story of barn owls, read more about Tom Stephan’s incredible journey, and to select the right barn owl house for you, visit www.barnowlboxes.
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