That's great! I love owls.
Hi, little pea. I think so,too. I won't be able to get any more updates but I am sure it will be OK.
What a wonderful story - and I'm hoping this one ends well too. How cool that you have so many owls around you - we have some, but have only heard them, never managed to see them. We used to have a whip o will too, but haven't heard that one for years now - I loved hearing it in the late evenings. It made me feel like I was so far out in the country (which is a feeling I like, even though I'm not).Tammy V
Glad to hear the little critter is doing well.btw - I'm guessing the title on this post results in quite a few unexpected Google search hits.
Oh Kudos to you two for rescuing this bird! What a wonderful story :)
I have an owl who sits in a big oak tree in the back yard, and calls.....so glad to read the owl has a good home.Wonderful ending.....
You are great people for doing this. I can't believe I missed the owl post which had been up since Sunday. I guess I've had a pretty stressful week and busy with stuff.
Thanks for all the kind words. I am sure any of you would have done the same thing. We couldn't just let him sit there and croak or get eaten by a predator. I learned a lot in the process and it has been a wonderful experience.
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