Frankly, Mark, I've been hoping for the past few weeks (with that hope
fading as the days pass) that you'd somehow find her again...I too
feel really sad, because I've been seeing Charles and Sarah (and I
suppose I've seen many of their offspring) whenever I visit St.Louis,
from 2009 onwards. Your devotion to them, and their devotion to each
other...both have touched and enriched my life.

Thanks for keeping me in constant touch with them through your
unremitting observation and documentation.

Back home, I've been looking at the Indian cousins, the Rock Eagle
Owls...there are nests and roosting spots on an orbital highway around


On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 2:11 AM, Mark Glenshaw <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello, everyone.
> I don't want to rain on your Labor Day but I have some sad news about the
> owls. Sarah, the adult female of the pair of Great Horned Owls I study in
> St. Louis' Forest Park, is dead.  It is a real shame and I miss her like
> crazy.  I finally just finished this blog post about this
>  and I thank
> you for reading and for all your support with the owls and my work with
> them.
> Sincerely,
> Mark
> Mark H.X. Glenshaw
> City of St. Louis
> Forest Park Owls
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