Update from the Wolery…episode 16c

On cue, shortly after 6 pm, as though sensing the presence of a special audience, our owls gave a lively performance.  The grandchildren loved it – enchanted by their raspy chirping and graceful movements.

Next morning we set out into the orchard with walking sticks



– our own version of Christopher Robin and friends exploring the Hundred Acre Wood.



By discovering clues on the ground (owl pellets), we found the owl’s perch in the oak.



We searched high


and we searched low,


but being nocturnal by nature, the owls are difficult to spot during the day.


…………the joy of seeing God’s creation through the eyes of children……….

Illustrations by E.H. Shepard from The House at Pooh Corner by A.A. Milne

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