Credit: Alamy Tawny owl One of the most recognisable calls of any English bird, the tawny’s “twit-twoo” is in fact a duet between a male and female bird. Often you will only hear a “twit” (more like a “ke-wick”) or a “twoo”. Tawnys inhabit a range of woodlands including conifer plantations, notably Kielder in Northumberland.
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