Owl Be There

POND FROLICS

That nocturnal birds eat at night is a pretty straightforward piece of knowledge — awake at night, ergo eating at night.

It’s also pretty clear to anyone who finds a large dropping on their car in the morning that wasn’t there the evening before that other functions of life have to happen in the hours in which we sleep or stumble into things as well.

It’s funny how surprising it was to me to be confronted with the fact that owls — as of course they must do — also bathe at night.

Need to install an owl-dryer out there!

2 thoughts on “Owl Be There

  1. Esther, so glad that you love owls too. We’re so happy that we have habitat for them. Thanks for reading and commenting!
    Diane and Miranda

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *