Owl haunts in the East of England

The shingle beach leading up to the two Pagodas at Orford Ness, Suffolk

At the Orford Ness National Nature Reserve, Suffolk, you might see long-eared, short-eared and little owls.

The site is a remote shingle spit, only accessible by boat, that for much of the 20th century was used for military purposes. Now, however, nature is reclaiming it - and owls have moved back in.
At Wicken Fen in Cambridgeshire you can spot barn owls, short-eared owls, tawny owls and little owls. Harrison’s Drove and Burwell Fen are both good spots.
The Blickling Estate in Norfolk is a great spot for barn owls, while at the Felbrigg Estate, in the same county, there are tawny owls in the wood while barn and little owls live in the parkland.