Oh to have had a camera with me. I've just passed said telegraph pole and there for all to see was a herring gull perched on top of the owl's head.
I think Gary the G might be giving them a run for their money in terms of being the town's 'most recognisable feature and major tourist attraction' .
It's a long eared owl.
Enlighten me. (I've read that they are used to scare off other birds but if that is the case why that particular telegraph pole and no others. It just seems such a random thing to do).
A fake owl has suddenly appeared on the top of a telegraph pole near the junction of Lower Drive and Henty Avenue. Why?
https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-council-boss-warns-over-2215180 and https://new.devon.gov.uk/accesstoinformation/archives/information_request/post-brexit-impact-assessment
Cllr Prowse: “ ...............There had been a misunderstanding with the inclusion of Holcombe Beach and the Ness Beach being included in the Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) and it had been confirmed that they would not be.” Cllr Clemens :”.........TDC Executive. Approval was given for the writing of the Public Spaces Protection Order for the Control of Dogs in Teignbridge. We have ...
See the letters page (71) and also page 3 of this weekend's Dawlish Post. One letter is from the Chairman of Teignmouth Traders' Association saying that the proposals would have an adverse effect on trade in the town. Have Dawlish town centre/Dawlish Warren traders any thoughts on this matter, I wonder?
Click here https://www.teignbridge.gov.uk/media/7580/overview-scrutiny-commitee-agenda-19-november-public-pack.pdf and scroll down to agenda item 8 pages 5-20.
On the matter of the three Community Environment Wardens - I've read that they only work Mon-Fri.