NaturVet Owl Cam Compliments Of
Savoring The Sweet Life Photography

Welcome to our Owl Cam page. Each week we will bring you some of our favorite clips from the resident Barn Owls of our favorite photographer. Be sure to sign up at the top of the page to stay up to date on all of the ups, downs and exciting adventures of Winston and Clementine.

Chapter 2

On average males tend to have fewer spots on the underside and are paler in color than females….we are having a hard time telling which is Winston and which is Clementine… We guess they were happy because ca-noodling soon began. Sidenote – it’s not romantic in any way, so be ready to shield your eyes – and you’ll see some...

Chapter 3

You might have noticed that some of our videos are in color – those were captured during the day.  The camera’s night vision is in black and white. Fact for the day:  The barn owl is nocturnal and specializes in hunting animals on the ground and nearly all of their food consists of small mammals which they locate by sound,...

Chapter 4

Fact for the day:  They usually mate for life unless one of the pair is killed, when a new pair bond may be formed. There are also over 200 species of owls and a flock of owls is called a parliament! This week there was lots more snuggling and snacking on the delicious(?) morsels brought back to the nest. With...

Our First Egg!

 Barn Owls begin incubation as soon as the first egg is laid and lay additional eggs over a period of around 8-21 days. After 31-32 days’ incubation, the eggs hatch every 2-3 days, usually in the order they were laid. This is termed “asynchronous” hatching. We hope to see more eggs over the next few days so make sure to...

TWO EGGS!

We now have two eggs! Our daddy owl has been busy bringing home lots of snacks for Clementine to keep her well fed while she takes care of her new eggs! Did you know, owl chicks are hatched with the help of an "egg tooth", which will fall off after a week or two. This is, in fact, a part...