I saw your many owls, well, I have real tawney owls living in a tree in my garden and every night owls call to each other across the valley : to-whit to-whoo.Nice to meet Vagabonde’s daughter.
@Friko I am soooo jealous. The only time I've seen a real live owl is here at the Memphis zoo and although it was very pretty, it mad me so sad that it was in such a small, confined area. So sad. You are very lucky to get to enjoy them in the wild where they belong. I thought I saw one in Long Beach, in a tree right in front of my deck but on closed inspection, it was a hawk. A big one, but a hawk.
Hello from New York where hurricane Sandy is expected to arrive later on today.Thank you for your visit and comment. Like Friko, I have also been lucky to spot a little owl resting quietly resting in a little Central Park pine tree. I have passed by that same area many times in the years since that sighting...but never again did I see an owl.I look forward to seeing your future posts, too.
You need to come see me so we can go for an owl search in the country :) some great things can only be found when you are away from city lights! Great post from my IC!
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