One of the world’s most endangered species of owl. In the wild they are only found on two islands in the Caribbean – Hispaniola and Tortuga.
This unique bird inhabits areas covered in scrubby trees where caves exist for it to nest in, whereas Barn Owls are very much open country birds. Unfortunately the much larger and powerful American Barn Owl has invaded Hispaniola, which is able to take a wider range of prey than the endemic owl. As the island’s trees have been chopped down, this has created ideal habitat for the Barn Owl at the expense of the more specialised Ashy-faced Owl.
Single price £30
Pair price £40
Adoptions help to support the care of the owls for one year. You will receive a certificate, photo, keyring, fluffy toy owl, badge and information sheet about the adopted owl.
When purchasing an adoption please note, the owl will stay at the centre and will remain the property of the World Owl Trust.