… choose a bigger blade of grass to hide behind.
It’s hard to keep track of them, and which is male and female (most of them are male we think), but they all seem to be having fun in the sun.
Independent young female, GSOH, good income (mostly field voles and mice), has own spacious home, looking for similar-minded partner for mutual preening on moon-lit nights. If he brings the food, she’ll lay the eggs. Offer open to single male barn owls only: no pigeons, jackdaws or squirrels please.
Doesn’t look like a fresh badger paw print though.