Independent wildlife educator and owl specialist Ian McGuire


Wild Owl family owl prowls are the stuff of legends and have been a feature of Local Council and community events diaries in Bristol & Wiltshire for the past 10 years.

My owl prowls are an night-time walk in woodlands for all the family where you can learn about British owls through my I-Pad video presentations and through the evening I will be calling wild tawny owls in the hope that one will call back and possibly fly in for everyone to view.

Owl prowls are suitable for all age groups from 5 to 95 and usually involve a limited amount of walking (depending on venue). They are fun and fascinating and will leave participants much more aware of how amazing owls are and what they need to survive in the wild.

No captive owls are used at this event but my success rate for calling in wild owls is approximately 60% so the anticipation of seeing a wild one is always very great.

My owl prowls are hugely popular and after a break in 2015 I am very pleased to say I am now taking bookings for this autumn and will be once again leading family groups into woodlands at night to learn about wild British owls.

Owl Prowls

Start time usually 7.00/7.30 - 8.30/9.00pm

90 minute event

Lots of interaction with the children

A chance of seeing a wild tawny owl

Fascinating Wild Owl video presentations shown to the group on the I-Pad

For Local Councils & community groups

Available in South Gloucestershire, North & East Bristol, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Warwickshire, North Somerset

Woodland venue - organisers must provide the venue with landowners permission

Not suitable for children under 5 - disabled access will vary

Not available outside the areas shown


Not included




NB. contact me for availability first!

Community owl prowls by Wild Owl

Owl Prowls for Local Authorities & Community Groups

please contact me for 2018/2019 prices


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