Watch nesting barn owls through DNR webcam

A show of companionship and survival will play out live before the public in a new DNR webcam that offers a peek into the lives of a barn owl pair raising chicks.The webcam at wildlife.IN.go/8183.htm is the first in Indiana to focus on barn owls, a state-endangered species with fewer than two dozen known nesting pairs in Indiana. The goal of the webcam is to promote public interest in birds and raise awareness about efforts to support the barn owl.

Barn owls have nested at the webcam location in rural southern Indiana for the past seven years. A pair has already begun roosting at the box this spring, but has yet to lay eggs.
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