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Tag Archives: Barred Owls
Monday evening was a beautiful spring night, warm and comfortable. I was enjoying it from my office with the sliding glass door open onto my upper deck overlooking the lake. It was very quiet until I heard one of the … Continue reading
Over the summer, the Barred Owls that live around the lake where I live have been very active. There are two mated pairs and at least one offspring that I have seen and photographed (previous blog article). Every evening, when … Continue reading
In late April, I kayaked across the lake and up the tree lined creek that flows into the lake where I live in northern Virginia. Far up the creek is where I located a pair of Barred Owls last spring, … Continue reading