Animals / Birds / Cottonwoods / Great Horned owls / Owls Got Their Backs May 2, 2023 Timothy Price44 Comments Owlets will be flying soon. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Such gorgeous photos!
The owlets are looking particularly fluffy.
They are getting the feathers now. Thanks, Liz.
You’re welcome, Tim.
Wonderful photos! How special to be able to watch them grow.
They are a lot of fun. Thanks, Rebecca.
They’re ssoo fluffy!! Want to pat the poofiness!
The dynamic duo! So lovely to see them. Thank you for sharing, Tim 🙂
You are welcome, Dale. They are quite the duo.
My god, they grow fast and they look really great. Thanks for these wonderful images and all the best for the owl family.
The wowls are gorgeous. Wonderful to se them. Thank you.
You’re welcome, Shey. They are getting bigger by the day.
They are lovely.
We are heading off to Prague later…much later today. A lovely send off and I will be catching up when we get back nect week.
Have a great time in Prague.
Keeping an eye on you aren’t they? They grow in so fast.
They are getting all feathery. They’ll be flying soon. Thanks, Brad.
…but till they do fly… Perfect!
no words, only love! ❣️
Welcome Tim! 💞
Those are wonderful owl photos, Tim! I enjoy seeing the new owl families every year.
There coats look wonderful, Tim. Well taken mate!
Old couple, sitting enjoying the sun.
Remarkable, I will say this ~ you have some pretty exciting and photogenic friends around your part of the woods. Fantastic shots.
They look like they are ready to go. So only two this year – if I remember correctly you let us watch three grow up last year.
That was a different pair of owls last year. The tree with the nest was cut down last August. I don’t know where they are nesting. This pair were farther north. Their nest broke apart three years ago. We saw them last year after they were out of the nest, but I didn’t discover their nest until this year. This pair usually have two owlets. Thanks, Brian.
Awwwww – lets!
Love these pics. Thank you, Tim!
They have grown up so quickly .. wonderful pics Tim
Seeing them is such a treat, and they have gotten so big. I love the way you have them physically touching the tree. It is an extraordinary photograph. Thank you for sharing these Tim. Sending our best, Joni and Scott