Watch – Baby owls looking awestruck as they experience the world for the first time
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Fascinating photos have caught baby owls looking awestruck as they experience the world for the first time. The photos were taken at The Scottish Owl Centre in West Lothian. They show a four-week-old American Barn Owl, six-week Long Eared Owl, five-week Ural Owl, three-week Pharaoh Owl and five-week-old Tawny Owl.
Within the next couple of weeks, all of these owls will leave their West Lothian home to take up a crucial role as owl ambassadors across Scotland. They will go to centres and schools where they will be used for educational purposes to teach people about the various breeds.
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