Live broadcast from the Eagle owls aviary

The female European eagle owl at Nordens Ark is right now brooding on the eggs. We can follow when she brood on live broadcast.

Live broadcast from the aviary

The female lays two to three eggs and incubates them for a month while the male supplies her with food. The young are independent at four months of age.

Eagle owls can live in many different environments, from bird-rich archipelagos to forest clearings and bogs where they hunt voles. In recent times the eagle owl has been appearing more in cities, where there is a plentiful supply of park ducks, pigeons and rats on landfill sites.

In late February the eagle owl starts calling for a mate with its muffled ‘oohu’, which can be heard up to 4 km away.

Read more about the Eagle owl here.