The enchanting little fuzzy phantoms that are now visiting Rushton Woods in thrilling numbers wish you a very Happy Owl-o-Ween!
They also told me to tell you that your young chicks are invited to stop over at Rushton Farm on the night of November 15th from 7-9pm to check out this thing called owl banding during which the humans give each owl a magical silver anklet with numbers on it. The owls say they don’t really care for that part of the night but they’re looking forward to a beautiful performance by one owl in particular, named Ipod, who rumors say can sing all night long at the top of his lungs without getting tired!
They wanted me to share a preview of the performance here. We humans say that it sounds like a “toot”, but to their more refined ears, it’s much more than that.
Register for the Junior Birder Owl Banding Night, November 15th, by emailing me, Blake Goll (firstname.lastname@example.org). Space is limited.
Hope to see you there! Trick-or-Toot!!