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February 01, 2015

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John D

I saw the title and rushed straight over.

WTP

Yeah, John. These aren't the hooters you're looking for.

Greg
    "A Western Screech-Owl."

For a moment, I thought this was about our favourite Nieman Fellow.

J.M. Heinrichs

http://joe-ks.com/hooterscalendar/

Cheers

dicentra

I found a dead Flammulated owl in my back yard many years ago. I thought it was a baby because it was so small (6"), but that's how big they get.

Lovely shoulder flammulation, is why.

Spiny Norman

I was once on an afternoon hike near Big Bear Lake when I was "dive-bombed" by a Great Horned owl. I never heard a thing or was aware of its presence until it thumped me on the head with its talons as it flew by. Apparently, I was too close to a nest as a pair of them were glaring and hooting at me.

Anna

Never trust an owl.

http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/feb/06/owl-attacks-joggers-and-steals-their-hats

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