We look a right couple of mugs! Meet Linford and Christie, the orphaned baby owls having a hoot in their new home


By Nick Enoch

It’s not the usual thing you’d expect to find in a kitchen – but these orphaned baby owls seemed right at home as they nestled in two cups.

The feathered pair were clearly having a hoot after moving into the home of their wildlife park keeper, Jimmy Robinson.

The six-week-old burrowing owlets, nicknamed Linford and Christie, were hatched in an incubator, and are now being hand-reared by Jimmy – who works at Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire – and are given 24-hour care.

The two orphaned baby owls are having a hoot after moving into the home of their Longleat keeper Jimmy RobinsonDon’t worry, owl do the washing-up: The two orphaned baby owls are having a hoot after moving into the home of their Longleat keeper Jimmy Robinson Continue reading “We look a right couple of mugs! Meet Linford and Christie, the orphaned baby owls having a hoot in their new home”
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