By John Mycock - 2nd April 2018 6:07am
This report was sent to us by Mike Harthern
Mid Cheshire Barn Owl Conservation Group — Chairman John Mycock
The first newsletter of 2018 — and I'm starting to write this up in the middle of a snow storm — the mini Beast from the East. Where will 2018 take us?
The weather is , as ever, a worry but early indications are quietly promising. Not only have we had a slightly larger number than usual for this time of year( with good heathy birds being reported but similar reports have come from East Anglia, which suffered as much as any area with the recent Beast from the East.
As for 2017 see the details in our 2017 Cheshire Barn owl Report. Click on the link below the photo
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