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  1. Bismarck Honeyeater

    Help me complete my British owl list!

    a) I don’t know what you look like. b) I don’t know what a Bird disturber looks like. c) I do know what an internet troll writes like, so I’m afraid that’s me done with this thread. Happy Owling. ;)
  2. Bismarck Honeyeater

    Help me complete my British owl list!

    I don’t suppose you are an egger. However LEO’s are very susceptible to disturbance and it’s not the sort of thing that gets shared. I’m sure they are near me but I don’t ask. (Plus I’m too lazy to go out looking in the woods at night, so don’t tend to find them very often, though I have bumped...
  3. Bismarck Honeyeater

    Help me complete my British owl list!

    The ‘Burwell Log Pile’ is less than 30 minutes from Cambridge city centre, just keep trying. No one is going to reveal breeding sites for LEO’s on here. The breeding season is over now anyway, and they will be difficult to find at this time of year. Wait until winter and go to one of the...
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