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We just stayed on Cwmdu campsite in Wales, could have throttled the owls!!!
Conkers April 6 nights CANCELLED :(
Delamere Forest April 3 nights
Bank Top Camping May 3 nights booked
Barnard Castle August C&CC 7 nights booked
Annstead Farm August 9 nights booked
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We have just come back from chirk Lady margarets park , cc site. Owls every night . I love listening to them . I did say I wanted to go out in the night to try and see them . I did walk around one evening . Hundreds of rabbits.
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Just bear in mind that if it rains, you might not hear owls. They don't fly in the rain (their feathers aren't waterproof). I don't know if that means they don't whit-whoo though!
We have lots in our garden that make all sorts of noises. From comical traditional whit-whoos, so exaggerated it sounds like someone is imitating an owl, to screechy sounds that sound like someone is being killed (we check..).
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Hear them most nights on the campsite we stay on most of the time, I've also seen barn owls flying about also seen what we have been told are buzzards flying overhead, the site is Whitwell & Reepham station just outside Reepham, Norfolk. About half way between Norwich and Fakenham
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