Owl Detectives at Worsbrough Mill

Wednesday 23rd August 11.00am – 12.30pm

Become a wildlife detective for the day and find out what wild barn owls have been eating for their dinner. Barn owls feed mainly on small animals such as voles, mice and shrews, these are usually swallowed whole. With a bit of detective work we are able to find out what the owl has been eating by looking at the bones and skulls found in the owl pellets.

Suitable for ages 5-11.

£4.50 per child

Booking is essential at shop.barnsley-museums.com.

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