Barking Owl used to roost regularly in my garden in Parap, until most of the
other established gardens in the vicinity were turned into blocks of units.
My most evocative meeting with Barking Owl came the day my sister died.
When, only a couple of hours later, I caught an injured owl, my Indigenous
sister-in-law said it was a sign. I only found out what she meant, when not
long after she died too.
Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow
1/7 Songlark Street
BAKEWELL NT 0832
Ph. 61 08 89 328306
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On 19/7/07 3:23 PM, "Reg Clark" <> wrote:
> Hello all,
> My first encounter with this neat owl was while fishing at night on the north
> shore of Coal & Candle Creek in Ku-ring-gai NP. I have since heard or seen
> them at Crookwell ,Stannix Park, three times in Kakadu NP. and , I strongly
> suspect, last week. As I no longer sleep well I often spend hours listening
> for night birds ,and heard the distinctive call about 0320 on Thursday 12th
> July, o7.
> The calls appeared to come from an area on the western slope of Red Hill which
> is a couple of K's north of Beacon Hill , in the northern Sydney suburb of
> French's Forest . I only report this unsubstantiated incident because of the
> current interest . Some years ago a Sydney newspaper carried a report
> headlined "The Screaming Woman Of French's Forest", an owl was seen in the
> Reg Clark
> Belrose , NSW.
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