Hooting owl heard at the 00:53 and 00:58 time count
This video shows an unusual glowing dot in the sky, while the audio catches a hooting owl. Listen carefully at the 00.53 and 00.58 mark. You can clearly hear the high pitched call of a tawney owl. Yes, I realize that this is a very common bird in the British Isles, but gee-whiz...
Let me say this very clearly...
This is an owl and UFOseen and heard at the same moment!
The UK tabloid, The Mirror, has a short article on a man who captured unusual video footage near his home on Monday September 12. No mention of the owl.
The 32-year-old man, who wished to remain anonymous, said he kept noticing the UFOs as he walked his dog through the hills near Great Shefford in Berkshire.
On Monday he decided to take a camera with him to capture the mysterious objects in a bid to discover what they were.
But after less than two minutes of filming the UFOs his camera suddenly died - despite being fully charged.
The video below features the call of a tawny owl for comparison, alas, without any UFOs.
You can hear this owl, and another in the distance, exchanging calls
If you ask a child in America to make the sound of an owl, they’ll say, “Hooo-Hooo!” Ask a child in England the same question and they’ll say, “Twit-Twooo!” This discrepancy is because the both the great gray and great horned owls make a low haunting hooting call, but neither are in Europe. The most iconic owl in the British Isles is the tawny owl, and it makes a staggered high pitched flute like call that sounds a bit like twit-twoo. Only a few of the largest owls actually hoot, all the rest make different sounds, often quite screechy. This is the kind of stuff you learn when immersed in owl research.
Big thanks to Suzanne Chancellor for pointing me to this video,
and to the discrepancies between the UK and US when mimicking owls!