Yes, that was a giant bronze statue of an owl found in a BACK OF TRUCK.

Then of course they had to install it.

Workman on ladder leaning against retaining wall talks to other man

And now they’ll have to shut the branch down for a full day to pour additional reinforcing concrete.

Black-coloured bronze statue of owl, with four-foot wingspan, sits on rear edge of retaining wall

I joshed with the grizzled, chain-smoking sculptor that we needed a matching statue of the owl’s prey. A couple of rats, he said. No, I countered, a bunny.

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