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Tuesday January 24th 2012

We’ve had a few technical problems in the office, which is why this entry is a bit late.

It’s been another quiet week at the World Owl Trust, but I suppose this is how it should be at this time of year. We collected a few more branches for installation in the aviaries. I needed to borrow Muncaster’s Polaris, (a small four wheel drive vehicle), for this. As before, these branches were cut from one of this season’s storm casualties over at the Old Wood. It’s amazing what new branches bring to the Owl Centre. It seems to lift the place somewhat. We need to get this finished as soon as possible, as some of the owls are showing signs of wanting to breed. The African Spotted Eagle Owls and the Indian Eagle Owls have females in the nest boxes. It wouldn’t do to disturb them at this stage. Luckily these aviaries have already been serviced. Fingers crossed we’ll get it all finished in time.

Wulf
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