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pooksbedamneda month ago
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Unbelievable! She flew from telephone pole to telephone pole and hung out like we weren鈥檛 even there. 馃槏
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sawgrassnaturecentera month ago
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Ewok, the eastern screech owl, is a permanent resident at the SNC due to an eye injury that would prevent him from thriving in the wild. He is a fully grown eastern screech owl, even though their small size leads many to believe that they are juveniles.聽
The interesting coloring of their feathers is camouflage adapted to blend in with the base of trees.聽
And yes, we name all of the Eastern Screech Owls we care for after Star Wars.聽
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theeowlqueen6 months ago
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Mother barred owl loves her baby
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beautifulklicks11 months ago
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Barred Owl Juvenile - (video)
An amazing rare encounter in our area with this Juvenile Barred Owl who in this video had to think long and hard whether leaves were part of its diet while still finding its agility and balance,
( I dubbed in the bird sounds vs the city noise )
Canon EOS 5D Mark IV
EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM
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I came across the most beautiful owl today馃枻
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thenatsdorf3 years ago
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Owl appreciates scritches. (via聽babapaku8889)
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mackincaid4 years ago
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Here鈥檚 Kotori the Great Horned Owl, an education bird from Hawkwatch International, showing off his amazing head-turning skills. Contrary to popular belief, owls can鈥檛 turn their heads ALL the way around, but many species can manage an incredibly impressive 270 degrees in each direction.
They鈥檙e adapted to do this because unlike humans, owls can鈥檛 turn just their eyes to look at something. Their eyes 鈥 which are huge in relation to their body size and help them with things like their excellent night vision 鈥 are actually kind of tube-shaped and are fixed in their skulls, so if they want to look at something they have to turn their whole head. They have about twice as many vertebrae as we do, and the physiology of their necks and spines have all sorts of special adaptations that allow them to turn their heads so far without cutting off their own blood supply.
Hawkwatch does a ton of very important work for raptor conservation, including monitoring migrations, setting up and maintaining nest boxes, banding and studying birds, and a variety of education programs for the public, which is mostly what I help with. If you enjoy my raptor posts, please consider following @hawkwatch on instagram (they post beautiful photos, you won鈥檛 regret it :D), and visit hawkwatch.org to sign up for the email newsletter or make a donation to help keep these kids supplied with mice. :D
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thevortexbloguk5 years ago
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HELP ME, I CAN'T STOP LAUGHING
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bookowls6 years ago
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fuck-yeah-owls6 years ago
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bookowls6 years ago
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owl-lishly7 years ago
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Cute Compilation Video of Owls being Pet
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owl-lishly7 years ago
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True facts about the owl - A must see for all owl lovers!
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yoursassybarista8 years ago
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tianatremmor9 years ago
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Yeah can聽I聽have it?
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victoriavcr9 years ago
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It's so cute, I want聽it. oWo
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blackmaskleftbrain9 years ago
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