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Monday, 17 February 2014 19:44

Whoooooo Is It?

Earlier this week an unidentified wild owl paid a visit.  She did quite a bit of squawking one night, along with some hooting, and more hooting the next night.  She really got Rusty and Iris riled, and both Victor and Rhett (the resident wild males) came in to hoot also.  I reviewed spectrograms to see if it might be Pandora, the owlet we lost track of a few days after releasing her.  The voice was similar to one of our owlets, but not exact, so I'm thinking it wasn't her.  She didn't seem to be with either Victor or Rhett.  I'm curious if Victor will take a liking to her, since he's still single as far as I know.

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