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Great Horned Owls

And now for something different.

Last night when Paul came home from the studio he asked me if I had heard the owls hooting. I was watching Mean Girls, so no, I hadn’t. We went outside to see if they were still there, tip-toeing over the ice patches so as not to scare them.


Photo from the Hogle Zoo Website.

There were two of these beauties, each on top of a telephone pole, about 2 poles apart. They kept calling and responding, and I could see their white-patched throats. I heard owls growing up in Texas, but was never able to see them so close. I guess I’ll have to go outside at half past midnight more often!

Now I might have to make up some cute owls (like these and these).

  • Pkc4real

    I was sitting in my living room and kept hearing a loud "HOOT". I stepped outside on my balcony and there on the telephone pole sat a great big white chested owl. It was incredible. Good luck to me!

  • maritasays

    Owls and Mean Girls all in one night? Super! My mother is an owl freak and as a kid I used to keep myself busy counting all the owl pictures and ornaments around the house. They're awesome birds, you're so fortunate to have some calling outside your home.

  • That is so cool! For the last two years, we've had a family of baby animals drop by our yard around 9:00 on summer nights. They do that calling back and forth thing, and then continue on their way. I love watching them - it's such a novelty for me, having grown up in the suburbs where the most interesting animals we got were skunks and possums. Ick.

  • what a beautiful experience that must have been. so cool!

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