[Tweeters] Re: Owl calls near M. Bch.
1917ks at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 20:45:50 PDT 2016
Barb et al,
Thanks for information; very helpful. I'll listen to a greater variety of
barred owl calls than the several in the Audubon app.
I'll be alert to hearing/locating it now. I'd be delighted to be awakened
by hoots more often. My house is near the 95th and Sand Point Way
intersection. Either species would be a lifer for me- I've yet to manage
flipping my current Work More:Bird Less lifestyle, although that is a goal!
I'll Email you if I can locate roost/nest and encourage you do the same.
Karen Stephens, Matthews Beach, Seattle
1917ks at gmail dot com
On Wednesday, June 22, 2016, Barbara Deihl <barbdeihl at comcast.net> wrote:
> Karen & Tweets,
> The calls that Barred Owls make Include a few other than the "Who cooks
> for you, etc." , and i hear Barreds calling at my place up near 103rd &
> Sand Point Way many a night (also at 2 a.m. or thereabouts). They
> definitely nest down near the park. 2 nights ago, as I was driving from
> Magnuson northward, at about 9:30 p.m., I saw a Barred flying toward the
> Burke-Gilman trail, across S.P. Wy. As for Long-eared Owls, it is less
> likely that you would have heard one of them, but not impossible - there
> have been occasional Longears at Magnuson over the years - see if you can
> find a source or 2 that has more than one Barred Owl call - like the
> Cornell site and then keep listening - if there is a Barred Owl nest, there
> will soon be young out and about in the trees, hissing away for food !
> They are a treat to watch - you can see them during the day as well as in
> the evening.
> Good luck and hope this helps a bit.
> Barb Deihl
> Matthews Beach Neighborhood - NE Seattle
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