Two Hoots…

But no holler.  The first hoot is the Barred owl from the previous post and the second hoot is an owl that I feel is one of the most beautiful of the species, a barn owl.  I think it’s that face with the heart shape around it that does the trick.  Although when I saw the barn owl cough down what I thought may have been a mouse I almost felt sorry for that departed mouse – almost!

There are some truly amazing creatures out there in this great big world and I’m happy that places like Ohio Nature Education and other animal rescue agencies are helping them.

Teri  📷

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11 Responses to Two Hoots…

  1. Garfield Hug says:

    I love the last owl….so cute and wise looking! 👍👏😃

  2. shoreacres says:

    Ah, yes. The food chain! Wonderful photos of them all, although I do find that heart-shaped face especially appealing.

  3. Timothy Price says:

    Did they hoot for you? I’m told we have barn owls in Corrales. I’ve never seen one.

  4. Nancy says:

    Aren’t they amazing! Love Owls!

  5. buddy71 says:

    this past week, my local owl has been hooting like crazy. i dont hear it very often, but it is nice when it does come around. the other thing i like is finding the random “pellet” the owl and other birds of prey have left. the left over bones are always an interesting find.

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