Video: Owls Move Into New Air Force Lodging Facility
Video by Patrick Bloodgood
B-roll of how a family of barn owls, mom, dad and three babies have taken up residence inside hollow steel tubing in the 220 room Langley Air Force Base Visitors Lodging Facility during construction, causing construction workers to modify their plans to support the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, which protects birds to go through their natural nesting cycle. Scenes include various work being done on the facility and the owls in their nest. Produced by Patrick Bloodgood. Also see "Owls move into new Air Force Lodging Facility" in the package section. Also available in high definition.