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I'm joining Eileen at:
Anni at:I'd Rather Be Birdin'
Angie at:Mosaic Monday&Stewart for:
Dogwood blossoms and the adult female Great-horned Owl~
Adult female in flight and then asleep~
The Owlets fledged right on time and traveled only 2 sections away from the nest is where we could find them for the first month.
In the pictures below, the larger, maybe older of the two and quite possibly a female was really very affectionate towards it's sibling. In this set it is moving back a small branch with it's beak to make a better passage for the smaller sibling. The sibling then hops over to where the larger one was waiting~
Sometimes it was rough getting from one branch to another~