Or should that be 'urbarn' owl;-)...I'll get to that later. But first the Brampton Valley barnie.
It appears my assumption the young have fledged might have been premature (as I was thinking) as the owl is back taking food to the box and is in full hunt mode.
Last night was no different the only difference was the number of people on the bridge closest to the train station watching.
It was actually quite enlightening to hear what people were saying. I think the best was a dad to his teenage daughter (yes she had her phone out videoing it) "we were truly honoured to see that" the daughter "can't believe how close it came"....not close enough in my opinion. Being the only obvious birder there you can guess who was being asked the questions, I don't mind in fact I quite enjoyed it and watching other people's reaction to the owl.
So my next site doesn't produce regular views of the owl. It's a single bird so doesn't have to hunt with the same frequency as breeding birds.