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Tuesday April 24th 2012

I am hearing some intriguing noises in some of the aviaries. I’m not actually seeing any owlets as yet, but fingers crossed there will be owlets. I’m told that most collections have only had singletons. I wonder if the late cold snap had anything to do with it. So far the Owl Centre is following this trend. The first clutch of Long-eared Owls has only produced one owlet.

Meet The Birds has started to come on track now. The new speakers are working well. Initially I thought they weren’t loud enough, but it turns out that the microphone pack has a volume control on it. Now there’s volume ‘a plenty’. These speakers are 100w as opposed to the old ones being only 35w.

I hope to have some good news to report next week.

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