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Re: Hoot, Hoot [Re: Providence Farm] #7482388
02/02/22 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Providence Farm
I "know" a guy that picked up a bard owl with broken wing and rehabed it. When he released it decided to live in His woods out back. It called in a mate and they have nested there every year since. One year there was a young one feathered but still with soft feathers on its body dead in the drive. I think it crashed into the tree there learning how to fly. His plan was to take it to a rehaber like he did with another owl that had a broken leg and a hawk that had a broken wing. But he set the wing and got busy several days passed. Days turned to weeks weeks to months. When it could fly fed feed it all it would eat for 3 days and opened the door.

The kids would go out and hoot back and forth with it. Its been 8 years or so since it was released


Pretty good rehaber than can rehab a dead owl. grin

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Re: Hoot, Hoot [Re: bblwi] #7483077
02/03/22 02:40 AM
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Around here, if you hoot back at them, you can sometimes get them to come to you. A few times Iíve got them to land in the tree right above my head.

Re: Hoot, Hoot [Re: bblwi] #7483213
02/03/22 09:21 AM
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especially the screech owls, they are easy to call in.......jk


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