There is a very special video coming from the Netherlands, where a team of journalists visited a really lucky man.
Jos Bart thought the pigeon was singing under the window when he learned one day what was actually happening in front of the house.
The Dutchman called reporters shortly after noticing that Europe's largest owl, the Eagle Owl, had made a nest in a bowl in front of its window.
Eurasian eagle-owls lives in the mountain forests of Europe, North Africa and Asia. It grows up to 65 cm (25 in) long and is primarily recognized by the tufts of feathers on the head and the bright orange irises. They are nocturnal predators that feed on small rodents such as mice.
Jos Baart was lucky to have an eagle owl nest in front of his window. Now, three little birds make him lovely every day, and he accompanies them out the window all day. This Dutchman is very lucky!