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**ALL ROUND EXCLUSIVE PICTURES FROM SOLARPIX.COM**                                             **NO UK NEWSPAPER PUBLICATION**.**UK MAGAZINE & SUPPLEMENT PUBLICATION ONLY** AND NO PUBLICATION IN AUSTRALIA, BELGIUM, FRANCE, GERMANY, ITALY, SCANDINAVIA AND USA**                                                                                  Caption:  St Tiggywinkles wildlife hospital in Buckinghamshire are currently caring for a newly formed family of ten baby tawny owls..The orphans, which are not related, have been rescued from different location over the past few weeks. Most had fallen from their nest and some were found abandoned after their parents had been killed..The birds are now enjoying life as one big family in the hospital's aviary and will be released back into the wildlife once fully grown.St Tiggywinkles founder Les Stocker said, "We usually get  a few orphans in this time of year as it's nesting season but this year we seem to have slightly more baby tawny owls. Tawny owls are usually born in pairs so we normally rescue  siblings. This is an unusual group as none are related and they've all come in from different areas. They've actually formed a really nice family and all seem very happy together.".                                                                                                                                                                      JOB REF: 13547       SFE       DATE: 11.06.2011                                                           **MUST CREDIT SOLARPIX.COM OR DOUBLE FEE WILL BE CHARGED**                                                                      **MUST AGREE FEE BEFORE ONLINE USAGE**                               **CALL US ON: +34 952 811 768 or LOW RATE FROM UK 0844 617 7637**