Watching the watchers
Between fluff & feathers
A small family of Great horned owls (Bubo virginianus
) were sitting in various spots in tall pine trees along a wooded park promenade. The owlets were the easiest to spot with their fleecy white covering.
Two were huddled together on one branch, while a third sat a bit lower in a nearby tree. The parent was virtually invisible until it decided to fly over to another perch for a while.
A rare treat to see so many of these birds in one place.
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