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Then, using the trusty Dremel tool, removed just enough plastic behind the eye to allow the now clear eye (yellow with black pupil) to be glued back in. Just use the glue sparingly around the edges of the eyes (any plastic glue or epoxy will do). Then, I fished two connected C7 outdoor light Christmas bulb sockets up into the convenient hole in the bottom of the owl. Then, did a little engineering to hold them in place with white bulbs right behind each eye socket. (Dremel tool).
Here's a side view where you see that setup.The lights behind the eyes produce a very spooky strong yellow glow!
Then, added a chunk of PVC pipe painted black with another C7 light socket and orange bulb...to shine up on the owl and the signs below. All mounted on a chunk of cedar wood with a cedar stake painted black. And another PVC pipe screwed into the back of the stake to slip over a hunk of rebar pounded into the ground.