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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by AAshooter, Mar 25, 2010.
That is pretty cool...she's snoozing right now...
She has some pretty good talons. Last time I watched her she threw up a rat and feed the little ones.
Wow, that is a cool site.
I've seen owls in the wild just twice in my whole life. They are BIG, impressive animals.
I am surprized at her / the colors! Dumb question: Could it be a male?
We have a great horned owl in our yard -- largest species here, but gray. Can't see the nest but know the tree. Great when we get a glimpse of the mother and young'n from last year.
I didn't see any chicks...just some little birds.
$10 says someone posts a Hooters reference within the next 5 posts.
Livermore, CA LIVE Light Bulb cam- www.centennialbulb.org/photos.htm
That was a 'hoot'.
It's eating a friggin' rabbit!!!
Its not nearly as impressive with IR lighting. You lose the coloring you see in the daylight.
That is really cool.
We have one near us. Took this pic a couple days ago.
Getting to be an ugly bunch.
An owl hit my truck a few years ago, on a cold rainy night driving down a twisty road on the way to a friends house, it flew right into the side of the truck. I just caught it out of the corner of my eye then THUMP. I turned the truck around and it was standing on the center line of the road, dazed I would guess. I had a field jacket I was thinking about throwing over it, then I thought I'll bet that thing won't like that one little bit, Talons and Beak and pissed off is not what I want in the cab of my truck while I'm driving a three on the tree. So after a few seconds it flew off, I was relieved it was OK and I didn't have to get myself all tore up trying to help it.
Neat birds for sure.