New thread ready for first pic of 2019!
2018 thread here: https://community.rspb.org.uk/wildlife/f/wildlife-on-the-web/196059/cornish-barn-owls-2018
Very pleased to add this link to a heart-warming story from BOT which Sandra has posted in main thread but will, of course, disappear very quickly ...
2013 photos & vids here
eff37 on Flickr
Happy New Year All! Thanks for the new thread Wendy!
In reply to Sandra :
Happy New Year to you too Sandra, just checked barn & nest & found same!
Happy New Year to Kate, Scylla, Ian & Ann et al!
Thanks for all the New Year wishes, do hope we all have a peaceful 2019.
Dear Scylla is trying so hard to help with VLC bless.
This chromebook is good that it is quick, BUT I just want to see my owlies Doh!!
I did manage to see both Barn and Nest earlier which was 'Zitso'. Now it will only show nest Grr!!!!!!
This will probably be my only post for today, I wish all posters & BO's a happy New Year. One on the tray at the moment. Ian
In reply to Ian S:
Ian S said:This will probably be my only post for today
No it isn't, whilst I wasn't looking the other has appeared on the back beam. I don't know if it was in the barn before or has just flown in. Ian
Thanks Ian, enjoy your day.
Good morning all. What a lovely way to start the New Year with these two in residence
8:54 Both are in the box
In reply to SunnyKate2:
SunnyKate2 said:Now it will only show nest
All you need to watch at the moment Kate
I'm sure VLC will be sorted with dear Scylla on the case...
WendyBartter said:Ready for your magic 'posh link' Kate!
Thanks for new thread Wendy, no good me doing 'Posh link' as it will get lost in the thread asI cannot edit your post CHOL:):) No worries clicking your long winded !!!!!link works just as well.
12:05 It was the female on the left side of the previous scaps
15:05 Both still in the box. Female has been preening the male
15:12 He returns the favour. Sweet sounds from the pair of them
16:17 Male left the box. Not visible in the barn
16:55 She's still in the same position. EB
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