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Post by ferdismom on February 3rd 2008, 2:22 am

My husband and I don't get very many weekends off together, so when we do we like to ride around and see new things(or get lost lol). We were starting home from one of our rides today and was on a rode that had logged land on both sides. We saw an owl. He was so neat. we stopped the car and walked over to him. We got right up to the base of the tree that he was on about 12 feet from the owl and all he did was look at us. it wasn't untill we were walking away that he flew off, but he didn't go far. We were lucky that we had our digital camera so I got a few pics.




sorry the pics aren't that great, but it was getting pretty dark.
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Post by Deb on February 3rd 2008, 3:20 am

Nice pics Julie. Glad you got to see him/her.

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Post by Admin on February 3rd 2008, 2:14 pm

cool not many times you get to see an owl

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Post by Belair54 on February 9th 2008, 10:55 am

That is just to cool
I seldom see owls here in Oklahoma.
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Post by ShowMe31 on February 9th 2008, 9:28 pm

They are exciting birds to see.

We have a great horned owl that regularly sits in the tree behind the house. No matter how many times we've seen it, it's still exciting.

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Post by tree68 on February 9th 2008, 10:46 pm

true - i haven't seen an owl for ages here . . .

but i do see a woodpigeon (NZ native bird) eatting berries off the trees i let grow wild for them and they do pinch my guavas too
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