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mike. wrote: Are you even aloud to touch an owl? lol
I was wondering the same thing haha. But I won't tell nobody. That's an awesome video. It's cool to see how well those boxes are working.
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I have searched my states websites for info on putting boxes on state land and have found nothing. Does anybody know the protocol for getting permission from the state? Is it necessary?
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mike. wrote:wont it be back? Are you even aloud to touch an owl? lol
People touch owls erry day at raptor/wildlife centers. ANd when some one finds an injured raptor it usually gets handled then. I would think the eviction would deter the owl from coming back and who to say that the owl had only been there for a day or so( if it had been there longer we would have found more pellets). I think he can or will find another place to roost.
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dont worry about the owl. he has a million places to roost. but wood ducks dont have a million places to nest.
like i said before we moved those baby owls 100 yds away and the mother found them a they all survived.
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