Owls can be the best all-natural pest control for farmers and homeowners alike, if we welcome them onto our property. There are simple ways to attract them to your yard … and also get rid of those toxic rodenticides.
Voles, rats, mice, skunks, and other pests looking for a midnight snack, will come out of their holes to feast on your flower bed and crops only to meet these swooping predators that devour them.
Barn owls hunt in small groups and, together, can eat hundreds of rodents per night.
All owls need is food, shelter, and water and will make any place their home.
Owls coexist peacefully with other birds nearby because they hunt at night and sleep during the day.
Owls prefer shaded, secluded areas to rest during the day. Man-made nesting boxes are a nice way to attract them to your yard.