A fanatical birder blogging about Screech owls in owl box, backyard birding and wildlife in the Northeast USA.
Thanks for the good laugh! Those are astonishing models!
Hahaha! That's funny! ;-)
Those are pretty awesome.
Wow! Did you make the cute things all by yourself? They look adorable especially the sheep! So funny! =)
By the way in case that it may interest you:mms://tv.eenet.ee/kakkthis is the link for a strix owl real time video. The camera is placed in an owl's nest. There are two owls who live there (at least I saw two ones)!
Luv it, luv it, luv it! Thanks for the fun post!
Hi all, sorry about the tardy reply but I'm trying to catch up after a wonderful vacation at Disney World.MaineBirder & North West Birds, I'm glad this good the good vibes going.Patrick, yeah that was my thoughts exactly!Aluajala, I wish I was that creative. If you click the pictures you'll be taken to the Photobucket user that created them. Thanks for the owl link. Are there any other vidoes? Who was this taken by? Does the person have a blog?Barbara, glad you enjoyed it.
Dear Owlman, this is an online video that you can watch anytime a day. It is brought by Estonian ornithological society. I have just make a post about it with the links to this project's homepage. You may see it here: http://tinyurl.com/clrj4f
Thanks so much for the info Aluajala. I am watching the site at the moment and the owl is in the box probably getting ready to go out hunting. Yesterday when I checked it was night time and the owl was out and I could see two eggs. The owl was out for some time so I'm assuming that they haven't started incubating yet. Awesome sight - thanks!
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