What do you mean the colours are all wrong in my high-tech computerised recognstruction of Nite Owl's head?
I'll have you know that I pride myself on the scientific accuracy of my reconstructions. Nite Owl's new-found brownness is all down to climate change:
Tawny owls turn brown to survive in warmer climates, according to scientists in Finland.
Feather colour is hereditary, with grey plumage dominant over brown. But the study, published in the journal Nature Communications, found that the number of brown owls was increasing.
As winters become milder, the scientists say, grey feathered tawny owls are likely to disappear.
This study indicates that the birds are evolving in response to climate change.
I think you all owe me an apology.