February 26, 2008 HomeNature VideosConservation VideosBarn Owls Barn Owls By Ezoic Conservation Videos, Wild Videos 3 Comments Accidentally bred in captivity at the Barn Owl center, this barn owl permits a lot more interaction than some of the others you will see featured. Barn Owls are not good pets however. Related Posts Fire Ants Giant Fish Strange Bedfellows About Author It's Nature 3 Comments selvamani wonderful picture. I really see enjoy it. October 24, 2008 Reply Kerry Lewis HI I have resuced a barn owl from dive bombing crows,magpies, and butcher birds. Have been feeding it mince. won’t open its mouth for me but will force feed. I can hold it and sits contentedly in my lap. Had a strained leg which made it unable to perch two days ago when I got it but now perches but favours its sore leg. At the bottom of the video clip it said not to release captive owls as the will die. I live on acerage do you think I will be able to release this one when its leg is better and feeds its self? Ps any sugesstions on food. Will they eat caught mice? ie in a trap or only live food? November 13, 2008 Reply PARTHI THIS IS WONDERFUL December 18, 2009 Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.