Torbay Owls & Company

Birds of prey, Torbay area club


Bently is a Peruvian striped owl (Pseudoscops clamator)


Native to South America and parts of Central America.

They can be seen on the edges of woodlands, marshes, grassy open areas and tropical rainforest.

It prefers to hunt at night in open spaces.

He was hatched on 11th April 2015 from Oxfordshire Owls and I collected him on the 16th May (5weeks later).

We think he is male but without an official DNA test or waiting for an egg to be laid you only have the breeders guidance to go with to start with.

He weighs in at around 15oz and his sound is a lovely wooing but when we take him out he is a right chatter box and when he is nervous he stamps his feet and barks, he will also fan out his feathers to make himself look bigger when he sees a dog and the show is very impressive.

His aviary is only 8ft from the house and he sits on his perch looking at us and watching the TV.

We feed him once a day and his diet consists of Mice and chicks of which he gets one of each a day generally.

Latest News

Torbay Owls Club night

Februarys club night had to be postponed due to bad weather but the good news is we are holding it in Galmpton Village Hall as usual o Wednesday 14th March from 7 until 9pm.

Hope to see you there!

Christmas Fayre

Join us at St Michaels Church Hall Kingsteignton on Saturday 18th Novenber for their Christmas Fayre 11-3


Torbay Owls outdoor events are almost over after a very enjoyable & successful year with one remaining event in November although our weekly visits to local Nursing & residential homes continue throughout the year.

If you would like to book us for your event next year we would advise you to do so as soon as possible as our calendar fills up very quickly.

Babbacombe Rotary Fair Wednesday 21st June 2017 10am until 4pm

Babbacombe Rotary Fair onBabbacobe Downs

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