Another major difference this year is that nocturnal activity at the box has been very minimal compared to 2012 and other previous years. Below is a video of the best observation I have been able to make of the owls together in the box since the day they were both in there during the day. In this video, one owl enters the box calling (a monotonic trill) followed immediately by the second. Is the male chasing the female or is he leading her into the box to try to entice her to nest? Or maybe it is something else entirely.
Anyway, enjoy this video and the live feed that I am trying to provide during daylight hours. During the day, the roosting owl almost always "sleeps", a restless sleep interrupted by squirrels and small birds looking in to the box to see if she/he is there.