Tight squeeze for Tawny Owls
Tight squeeze for Tawny Owls17 Feb 2011
Around this time last year we began to follow a pair of Tawny Owls in a nest box. During the incubation period the male vanished and not long after the female abandoned her eggs.
The good news is that she has found another mate and is back at the box. Once again we will be following their trials and tribulations this breeding season.
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