Thursday, April 21, 2011

Fine Feathered Friends

There is a large lawn area with old trees between Marymine's house and the bunkhouse where I live. 
In the crouch of a huge elm is a stick nest with three of these little cuties...  Yesterday we watched they're antics for the longest time. Mom must have been off getting dinner from the take out in the alfalfa.   


9 comments:

  1. marymajellabyrne@yahoo.co.uk4/22/2011 01:20:00 AM

    How adorable. We had long eared owls breeding at our place for three years running and I loved watching them. sadly buzzards took over their nesting place and they have moved on.

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  2. They are just adorable balls of fluff with marvelous eyes. Hope you get to watch them grow.

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  3. I don't get to see nests, but I love to watch the young birds learning to fly!

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  4. I am so absolutely envious!!! I am wordless!! Please keep readers posted on this cool find.

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  5. what fun! thanks for sharing!

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  6. How neat! I have never seen baby owls before.

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  7. Oh cool, you'll get to see them learn to fly. Never seen babies before.

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  8. Amazingly cute little balls of fur!

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