[Tweeters] Short Eared Owls - Bayview-Edison Road

J Christian Kessler 1northraven at gmail.com
Sun Jan 16 19:56:34 PST 2022

I stopped at the East 90s a few days ago, and had just the same reaction.
folks insist on walking out into the middle of the field and waiting there,
as if the owls were going to hunt right past them. even the collected
numbers of people on the roadside probably have become too much for the
owls. and harrier numbers were way down too.

Chris Kessler

On Sun, Jan 16, 2022 at 7:40 PM Cathy Scott <catsbow at gmail.com> wrote:

> I live just a couple miles from there. I wouldn’t be surprised if the SEO

> quit the area. There is so much human infringement on their hunting

> grounds I’ve found it distressing.

> Cathy Scott


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> Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2022 20:25:36 -0800

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> My wife and I went up to Bayview-Edson Road today to search for the short

> eared owls. We stayed until almost dark and did not see any owls. Several

> eagles and a few northern harriers.


> Has anyone seen the the owls this year?


> Cathy (via IPhone)

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