Survey Completed Autumn 2018
Please find below the full survey instructions and recording form along with some additional useful resources.
A map of your survey tetrad can be downloaded from the Tawny Owl Point Survey data entry pages.
Tawny Owl Point Survey Recording Form (PDF, 88.96 KB)
Health and Safety information
Tawny Owl Calls
These audio files have been kindly provided by Geoff Sample for use by Tawny Owl survey participants.
Tawny Owl Female Call
An example of the classic female Tawny Owl ‘kee-wik’ call.
Tawny Owl Female Call and Male Hoots
A combination of first the female "kee-wik" call joined by the male "hooo…hu…hu…huhuhuhoo" hooting song. Together the female call and male hoot form the classic so-called "twit twoo" and indicates a territorial pair dueting together.
Tawny Owl Atypical and Typical Male Hoots
Sometimes male Tawny Owls vary their hoots (songs) slightly so this recording includes both an atypical hoot at the start and later a more typical "hooo…hu…hu…huhuhuhoo" hoot. There are also corvids calling in the background of the recording.