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SEVEN A GOODLY NUMBER--HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU

I’m beginning believe there may be more Screech-Owls in Ashland than there are deer. A tip from another birder today led me to a pair of owlets near the upper duck pond in Lithia Park, that’s in addition to the four owlets further downstream and the adult still using the roost box on Granite. 87 more words

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EVERY DAY IS OWLSDAY ROUND HERE

I believe today’s Screech-Owl score in Lithia Park is: Adult 1, Owlets 3. Here is how it looked today:
One owlet in the hollow maple, the nest tree. 111 more words

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A FRIDAY OWL ROUND-UP

Western Screech-Owls, Lithia Park There are three owlets visible in the hollow trunk, upper back, far right and lower left. I am told there are five owlets in this nest site this year. 117 more words

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GREAT GRAY UPDATE

Last evening I watched the Great Gray Owl nest I blogged earlier (near Grizzly Peak, Jackson County). This time I clearly saw both owlets at the same time. 297 more words

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SCREECH FAMILY

I checked on nest sites on BNA Online. There is only one description of Western Screech-Owls using artificial nest site: “One pair nested in a pipe that stuck out horizontally from old mine tailings in sw. 241 more words

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If at first you don't succeed.

One of the parents was sitting in a tree across from the babies.

I turned around to see what the parent was looking at and saw this. 220 more words

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