In reply to Sandra :
I said Talon you said beak CHOL:):) Twas definitely one or tuther
In reply to SunnyKate2:
Well we definitely know it wasn't doing a song and dance routine! lol ;D
18:57 Just checked in to find one on the front beam. It's now either behind the diagonal of the middle beam or at the back of the barn out of view.
19:02 There's movement to the left of the diagonal
21:10 Moved out of view
21:28 Back onto the middle beam
21:35 Came onto the front beam, glanced around, had a stretch and then left the barn
23:15 One onto the box then the tray. It did some preening and then left at 23:20
23:32 In again and behind the box
23:48 It's gone now. Goodnight
SunnyKate2 said:That 1970 date was it an old record of when first used or is it not that old
It wouldn't have existed back then ;-D
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In reply to scylla:
@Sandra did JUST! see him just after your first post, he was hiding on the middle beam, could see a leg.
@Scylla So sorry about your troubles again Doh!!!!
Morning All. Thanks for the pics, etc.
Scylla, Sorry to hear you have tech troubles again. Hope you can get some help soon.
In reply to Gardenbirder:
17:59 Early this evening. Just checked in to find one on the middle beam. Little birds are giving high-pitched warning(?) calls
20:58 Hiding behind the diagonal now
20:59 Onto the back beam
21:25 Disappeared from the back beam
21:29 There was a brief flash of white from low down on the right going diagonally up to the left as if it was going towards the exit.
22:34 A screech close to the barn
22:52 Another screech in the distance
23:04 I heard what sounded like clattering about in the barn, nothing on view
23:45 EN/EB and quiet. Goodnight
21.20 large white Moth flying around below box from right to left
Owl dropped from back beam & flew as you said
Was recording but images not really clear enough for vid!
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In reply to WendyBartter:
19:02 One into the barn again. Onto the front beam, then the tray before flying to the middle beam
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