Mary Loucel
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Northern Pygmy Owl - Pixdaus

Surely there's a joke in this picture somewhere!\ (the Northern Pygmy Owl (Glaucidium gnoma), known as Northern Pygmy-Owl in North America, is a small owl native to North and Central

Saw-whet Owl | by Earl Reinink Pinned by

Saw-Whet Owls are common in the Northern Hemisphere, but hard to spot. They have a loud too-too-too call, so you're more likely to hear them. They are also one of the smallest owls in NA - about the size of a robin. No tufts.

Autumn Corn Husk Wreath di MariesCornHuskDolls su Etsy

Autumn Corn Husk wreath with corn husk flowers & pumpkins, mini corn, wheat, lamb's ear and dried flowers. The base is a straw wreath form.

Blue-grey Tanager: Mexico to Bolivia & the Amazon Basin

Blue-grey Tanager (Thraupis episcopus) Frequently seen flying around hotels and suburban area's, the Tobago Blue-grey Tanager is darker and stronger coloured than the Trinidadian Blue-grey, and the most likely Tanager to visit bird tables.