We are excited to share
So what is it like having a raku owl living
at your house anyway?
Well . . . it’s certainly easier than this! 👇
“IN THE WILD, the father owl hunts relentlessly. He has to provide approximately six mice per baby per night. The usual brood is five babies. The father also has to feed his mate, who never leaves the nest and eats about three mice per day. And he must feed himself about four mice a day. This adds up to some thirty-seven full-grown mice every night during nesting season.”
― Stacey O’Brien, Wesley the Owl: The Remarkable Love Story of an Owl and His Girl