Audubon California News — March 2016

The Starr Ranch Sanctuary Barn Owl Cam has been a favorite of viewers around the world for the past several years. Conceived by sanctuary manager Pete DeSimone, who has worked at Audubon for more than 37 years, the cam live streams the daily comings and goings of the Barn Owls that take up residence in the cavity of a eucalyptus located at the ranch.

After a couple years with no nesting success, there are three owlets, with two more eggs that may hatch. Drought may have played a part in previous failure. But whatever the reason, viewers are happy to have a reason to tune in and watch the drama unfold.




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