Nighttime at Plymouth Harbor has been a real hoot lately.
That’s because a pair of great-horned owls seem to have been roosting in the banyan tree at the northeast corner of the building for the past two weeks.
Plymouth Harbor resident and photographer Dr. Lou Newman, who is known for his bird expertise, reports that the pair is hard to see some days, but by night, residents hear lots of hooting.
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