Baby Gt Horned Owl, 100 feet up, in the Wild

 
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baby great horned owl, 100 feet up in the cottonwoods. He was bobbing around and turning his head round and round : ) cute to watch. Wish they would sit lower down tho'
At least you can see the eyes in this one. Will keep going there hoping to capture them lower down in the branches

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- Thanks Jessica, Mu

Sushmita - Sep 20, 2015 03:03 AM EDT
- Thanks Jessica, Muchas gracias ..just loiokng at you, and knowing that you have our grandchild in your tummy ..ufff no words, just thankful for that gift of God .ILU
talsi - May 25, 2009 06:09 PM EDT
Nice capture and image
alandrapal - May 20, 2008 06:51 AM EDT
that's nice of you, Anne, thanks very much. They are very sweet to watch, - we haven't seen any of the baby owls this year, we went to the nesting area several times but didn't see or hear any sounds of owls. However, I met someone recently who lives near there, and he told me there are young owls again this year. Will have to go there again. This is not as sharp as I'd like, but they were very high up in the tree.
A.Lovely - May 19, 2008 08:12 PM EDT
Wow what a great photograph! Alandra this is so wonderfully captured. They have such big eyes and the baby fuss is still clinging. Great photograph.
Guest - May 19, 2006 05:55 AM EDT
thankyou both, Carol and Talsi, - yes the eyes do look huge, and the youngsters are so comical, bobbing their heads up and down, & in a circular motion, as they seem to try to focus on us below : )
Guest - May 18, 2006 11:34 PM EDT
He looks so sweet. Good capture.
Guest - May 18, 2006 05:09 PM EDT
He does have huge eyes, soooo cute. Carol

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