A s I was reading about the success of the Powerful Owl project (see facing article), I was reminded of a nasty threat to our owls: secondary poisoning from rodent … Continue reading Pest Rodent Control without Harming Owls
In the forests of eastern Australia, apex predators hunt in the night on silent wings. Their large yellow eyes and sharp talons snatch up mostly arboreal prey of possums, gliders, … Continue reading How many Powerful Owls are in SEQ?
These images of an Eastern Grass Owl were captured on a Maleny Land for Wildlife property. Irene Keton, the owner of the property protected her ten hectare rainforest remnant 13 … Continue reading Out with the mowers, in with the Grass Owls
In March 2015 I was alerted by a flock of Blue-faced Honeyeaters and butcherbirds to a Southern Boobook owl hiding out in the frangipani tree in my front yard. To … Continue reading Owls on the Outside, Geckos on the Inside