Heidi - Female Golden Eagle.
Buzz - The Buzzard.
Rum - Red Kite.
Poppy - Female Sparrowhawk
Dotty & Peanut - Kestrel Falcon
Kestrels are a familiar sight with their pointed wings and long tail, hovering beside a roadside verge. Numbers of kestrels declined in the 1970s, probably as a result of changes in farming and so it is included on the Amber List.
They have adapted readily to man-made environments and can survive right in the centre of towns as well as the countryside.
Titch & Tiny - Merlin Falcons
Scientific name: Falco Columbarius
Digger - Little Owl
Timmy - Tawny Owl.
Wally - Long Eared Owl
The long-eared owl is a medium-sized owl. It often looks long and thin, with head feathers (known as ear tufts, even though they are not ears) which it raises when alarmed. It is buff-brown with darker brown streaks and deep orange eyes.It breeds thinly across the Scotland & UK. Northern birds migrate southwards, including birds from Europe coming to spend the winter in the UK in general.
Chip - European Eagle Owl.
Scientific Name: Bubo Bubo.
These large owls predominantly feed on small mammals such as voles, hares, rabbits and mice; large mammals include foxes.
Echo - Snowy Owl
Scientific Name: Bubo Scandiacus
The Snowy Owl usually nests in Scotland on Orkney or Shetland, from the Tundra area, a large owl with the male being predominantly White and the female being heavily barred.
Snoopy - Barn Owl.