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Find out about the threats to barn owls and how we can help them. If you have access to a rural area, devise a campaign to fund and erect owl boxes, researching the best sites. https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/advice/how-you-can-help-birds/ nestboxes/nestboxes-for-owls-and-kestrels/barn-owl-nest-boxes/
Find out about the barn owl food chain and what can affect the different elements within it. Decide how you are going to demonstrate the barn owl food chain: for example, mobile, painting, collage, model, poem or dance.
Find out about different birds’ feet and their specific function. https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/natures-home-magazine/birds-andwildlife-articles/how-do-birds-survive/birds-legs-and-feet/
Using images, you could create a game in which you have to match feet to birds. Become a nature detective and, if possible, obtain an owl pellet, dissect it and record your findings.