I'm assuming it's a bird, we're currently very far north and for the past hour have been hearing this: it's quiet but a high pitched sound.
Can anyone let us know what it is? Be much appreciated.
In reply to KayHug:
KayHug said:How exciting!
Isn't it just?
Following a bat colony count last year, the biologist who was training us took us down to listen to a group of three Long-eared Owls roosting in a tree at the edge of the village.
These three were almost "tok"ing by then, and were a bit less squeaky/wheezy.
I'm thrilled for you. Good luck with catching a glimpse.
All the best -
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