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Saturday, 20 February 2010

New Owl Site on 20th February, 2010

Popped out for a couple of hours before lunch this morning to see if I could find any more potential owl sites. Was thinking about heading for home when I found this Little Owl near Snareston - my sixth LO seen this year, and my fifth LO site. He kept moving about so that he could watch me whilst I tried to find a better viewpoint for photography. Unfortunately, the tree is in a field about 150 metres from the road, and there is an unpenetrable thorn hedge beside the road. The nearest access seems to be about a mile away, and involves going through the farm yard. If I am to get better photos, I need to call at the farm and ask permission!






2 comments:

  1. I think you are becoming an expert, well done mate.

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  2. Lovely, it is good that you are finding more Little Owls, they seem to have done OK this winter, unlike the Barn Owl who have suffered because of the snow.

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