Hawk Owl, rare by all accounts
8 week Tawny
Short-eared, guarding its dinner
Spectacled Owl - 'Harry', named after Harry Worth (you would have to be a certain age ...)
Spotted Eagle-Owls - what the one on the left was thinking I can't imagine ...
Female Merlin in a bit of a flap
Great Grey ...
... stretching its wings before the flying display
Milky Eagle Owl
Snowy (and no Johnny, you can't have one like Harry)
Boreal or Tengmalm's Owl
Kookaburra, a long way from home
Goshawk, very rare to see
Kestrel. This little chap kept trying to fly off but getting pulled up short by its tether, I think I'd rather see them loose in an enclosure where they know they can't get out, than in the open air and trying like he was.
Owls are very short sighted, fly to the glove when they can see the food, but when they get there they can't see it at all and have to hunt around for it by feel. You would be paying about £50 to be flying birds like this at most other sanctuaries.
Pleased with this Barn Owl, with my auto-focus compact it's easy to get the background clear and the foreground blurred.