Thats a lively one ol boy...
sdb - anonymous (guest) 12-24-2020 10:33 pm [add a comment]
BTW is that Rock the Rockefeller tree owl? - bill 12-25-2020 8:10 am [add a comment]
Yes, insofar as it's a Saw-whet Owl. I remember photos of my dad with one he tried to rescue before I was born. I think it ended up in the collection of the U of M natural history museum in Ann Arbor. - alex 12-25-2020 8:50 am [add a comment]
Any significance that it's a Saw-whet Owl? - steve 12-25-2020 9:58 am [add a comment]
Just that it's a locally occurring owl, the smallest over most of the country, and got wrapped up in the Christmas tree.
When I was a teenager I discovered one perched in the small tree outside my bedroom window, it was probably less than three feet away. We stared at each other for a few minutes then I left the room, hoping if I left it alone it might build a nest. - steve 12-25-2020 12:40 pm [add a comment]
I remember one landing at Houston and West Broadway - Skinny 12-25-2020 1:02 pm [add a comment]
Three juveniles in Oregon, United States (steve did it look like this?:>)