April 18th   Leave a comment

Last night I heard a tawny owl hooting from the kirkyard or the edge of Denburn. I could only just hear it from my house by the Co-op, but loud enough to make it onto my Crail year list. There was another tawny owl calling from West Braes last week that I heard about. I can’t believe it is the same territory, and it seems likely there are also tawny owls in the big trees around the farmhouse just northwest of Crail, only 300 meters as the owl might fly from West Braes. Tawny owls do move around fields and gardens quite happily but they must have big trees somewhere in their territory to nest in.

Posted April 19, 2017 by wildcrail in Sightings

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