2 December 2016

Well, I  caught no owls last night but I did learn a lot about Atlantic Puffins, Razorbills, Black Guillemots, and Arctic Terns.  That is a very fair trade-off in my opinion.  Thank you, Joanna.

Tonight the winds are forecast to be between 7-12 mph all evening, so I think that I will make the next try on Saturday evening.  That could be the last night of the season if the current trend continues.  I see that there is a chance of (wet) snow on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday next week.  (I just realized that “snow” is an anagram of NSWO, which is the banding lab’s code for the Northern Saw-whet Owl.  As with all anagrams, there is no significance to this … I’m sure.)

SCHEDULE

Tonight, Friday, 2 December – Closed

Saturday, 3 December – Open

Sunday, 4 December – Probably closed; rain

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