It Could Be.YOO-HOO!

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), May 1, 2007 | Go to article overview

It Could Be.YOO-HOO!


Byline: Will Sutton

A Teesside man thinks the Boro Eagle Owl may be his long-lost pet.

Marc Grey, 23, from Loftus, owned a bird very similar to the large predator that has been amazing shoppers in the skies above Middlesbrough.

Marc said his owl, a nine-year-old called Storm, escaped 18 months ago.

He recognises markings on the Boro Eagle Owl, which may mean it is Storm.

The welder said his owl escaped around November 5, 2005 when he forgot to lock the cage one evening and fireworks scared the bird.

Since then Marc has bought another Eagle Owl, named Bella, but he hopes he can get close enough to the Boro owl to see if it really is Storm.

He said: "Since the Boro Eagle Owl appeared people keep saying it's mine and I keep telling them 'I know, I know'.

"I have been down to the town myself but have never seen it.

"It looks like my owl because I've seen the white stripe running straight up its chest with two black bits either side.

"It looks exactly the same and I'm 99% sure. There's just that 1% of doubt.

"I think if it saw me it may come down and I'm going down to Middlesbrough with my glove to try to see it. …

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