Life on “The island”

We were all happy to see that MiniMe survived its first night on THE ISLAND. These photos were taken at various times during the day on Friday, March 21st.

Looking rather lion like
Looking rather lion like

This is really getting to sound like the sequel to Lost. Or Survivor. Or Desperate Owlets.

From a distance it is hard to tell Mm from stumps
From a distance it is hard to tell Mm from stumps
Meanwhile Big Sib is still comfortably in the Live Oak tree near our garden
Meanwhile Big Sib is still comfortably safe in the Live Oak tree near our garden
Is MiniMe looking a bit forlorn to you?
Is it just me or is MiniMe looking a bit forlorn to you?

Life on The ISLAND appears to have been a good choice for MiniMe. Its choice. You know how hard Mm worked to get there.

The next day, Saturday, March 22nd, MiniMe was in fine form.

I am fine.
Yes, I am just fine, thank you.

But friends and family were a bit worried about me. Empty Nest Syndrome and all that.  So my friend Celeste brought me a present.

Hi Mom!

My most favorite Owlet partner checked the empty nest for any leftover rats and facilitated the photo shoot of our new owlets.

Mar 22 my favorite owlet
My husband, Scott, cleaning out the nest

We checked on MiniMe later in the afternoon close to feeding time. We knew it was time for its dinner since it was squawking really loud which was the only way we could pick Mm out on the island.

I am hungry!!!
I am hungry!!!

And the peanut gallery watched and celebrated a good transition for MiniMe and me.

Yay! For MiniMe!
Yay! For MiniMe!

BUT…..

It didn't last long..........
It didn’t last long……….

To be continued…..

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