The World Owl Trust, which is based at Muncaster Castle in Cumbria, is urging people to grow their grass to help the Barn Owl. The population has plummeted in Britain due to a loss of habitat and the Trust say 'welly high grass' will help boost numbers. Hannah McNulty went to find out why.
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