|Subject:||Barn Owl in Parkes|
|Date:||Mon, 22 Aug 2005 13:50:33 +1000|
A work colleague of mine just rang me to tell me a Barn Owl was sitting cornered by Ravens outside my building. By the time he had run inside to call me from the foyer and I had raced downstairs we couldnt find the bird. An extensive search around the grounds and car park brought no result unfortunately. I hope it got away in one piece.
I have no reason to question that he saw a Barn Owl as he knows a fair bit about birds and used to band Bats and Marsupials at Uni.
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