Hawk Owl

Have you become more aware of the songs and calls of local birds since there have been less cars, planes and people moving about?
Sandeep from Traidhos Farm captured this hawk owl a few weeks ago. A small colony of Asian open billed storks are also enjoying the apple snails and rice paddy life around the farm. Every evening before sunset they fly over campus together. Usually they roost in either bamboo or rain trees.
How many species can you notice around your home ?

Lynda Rolph
Head of Community
Traidhos Three-Generation Community

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