Nesting Horned Owl

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  1. bulldurham

    bulldurham TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    That's really cool :)
     
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    He looks like you disturbed his nap.
     
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    Neat - It's watching you. :biggrin-93:

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    I'm envious. For several years, a pair of great horned owls hung out in the trees near the pond and raised a brood every winter. I used to fall asleep listening to them call. I don't know why people think the call is spooky; I found it very pleasant.

    After a while, they got really used to me, and didn't pay me much mind. The little ones often were alarmed when I took pictures, but the adults seemed completely unconcerned. Then one year, they were gone. One, possibly an offspring, came back for a few days, and then left. I miss them.

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    And isn't too happy about it.

    Great shot! :)
     
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    Great shot.

    The question may be who is watching who?
     
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    Gret image.

    I love the facial expression.
     
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