New neighbours have moved in for a few months — two owls who think they’re dogs and bark instead of hoot.
Discovered them recently when I heard dog-barking sounds coming from up in a tree. That experience always requires investigation and this is what I found. Unfortunately I could not get a video of them but I captured the sound nonetheless.
Here’s the Wikipedia article on Barking Owls.
The last few days I’ve only ever seen the one perched in the tree. Hope the explanation is that its mate is hidden in a fork of a nearby tree caring for eggs.
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