The Widespread Prevalence of Barn Owls
One common question we receive from our clients is: how do we know that barn owls will be attracted to the barn owl nest boxes we sell? It’s a reasonable question, of course, but it’s one that arises from a faulty premise. Namely, the premise that there is a dearth of barn owls in America and that you need to somehow attract them to small oases in the desert.
Not true. Not even a little bit.
Barn owls are incredibly widespread in America. Some regions have more owls than others, of course, but the fact remains: there’s no shortage of owls to fill your nest boxes. Unlike other owls, which have received endangered or protected status, barn owls are breeding quite well, and they just need shelters. After all, they’re called the “common barn owl” for a reason.
That’s where we — and you — come in.
When you put up your barn owl nest box, you’ll start seeing barn owls take roost in them in short order. And then, they’ll start going to work for you, hunting mice and pesky vermin. Contact me today to learn more about how we can start attracting just a few of the myriad barn owls in the country to your property with our barn owl nest boxes.
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