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Head rescuer Sarah Boswell.
A flock of adorable baby owls are being hand-reared after they were blown off their perches by unseasonally high winds.
The group of four Tawny owls are so young they should be near the nest with their family, but they were instead found flapping about on the ground.
The creatures are aged between 15 and 30 days old and are too small to be able to fly or climb back up to their mothers.
Volunteers at the nearby Dorset Wildlife Rescue in Lytchett Matravers near Poole, who are now looking after the birds were alerted to there where a bouts by concerned members of the public.
Chris Easton, owner of the centre, is feeding them mice and chicks and even showing them how to fly by encouraging them to hop from his hand to a perch.