Squirrel squats in owl’s nestbox

This video from the Netherlands says about itself (translated):

Published on Apr 4, 2013

Lambert Cox filmed this squirrel which had taken over the tawny owl‘s nest box: “The squirrel is collecting nesting material in a tawny owl’s nest box, to make its nest there. The tawny owl had still been in this box the previous night. What will happen next? one may ask”. Lambert Cox from Helmond.

Maybe things will go as peacefully as in that other nest box, with that other bird and that other mammal … Then again, they may not.

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