"Nope, it doesn't make much more sense upside down!" ............... Baby Saw Whet Owls and Saddleback Caterpillar by Psithyrus…

"Nope, it doesn't make much more sense upside down!" ............... Baby Saw Whet Owls and Saddleback Caterpillar by Psithyrus…

Barred Hoot Owl- Originally only seen in the east, in the 20th century spread to the Pacific NW and southern California. These large stocky owls nest in tree cavities in large mature forests, often near water. Average life span in the wild 8-23 yrs..

Barred Hoot Owl- Originally only seen in the east, in the 20th century spread to the Pacific NW and southern California. These large stocky owls nest in tree cavities in large mature forests, often near water. Average life span in the wild 8-23 yrs..

Taken at the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Center Kington Herefordshire | Tony Llewellyn

Taken at the Small Breeds Farm Park and Owl Center Kington Herefordshire | Tony Llewellyn

"Thank you, God, for all of your blessings and especially for the mice you provided for my dinner"

"Thank you, God, for all of your blessings and especially for the mice you provided for my dinner"

The owl was photographed in a local wildlife area. The owl has found a well protected area to roost during the day which is typical of these very tiny owls.

Northern Saw-whet owl, 8x10 unframed print

The owl was photographed in a local wildlife area. The owl has found a well protected area to roost during the day which is typical of these very tiny owls.

CRESTED OWL (Lophostrix cristata) - a nocturnal bird, roosting during the day in dense vegetation, especially in thickets along rivers. If disturbed at roost, the owl will become very slim and erect the ear-tufts high. Feeds mainly on insects, but likely also small vertebrates.Locally from south Mexico through Central America to Venezuela, Surinam, the Guianas, Amazonian Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil and Bolivia.

CRESTED OWL (Lophostrix cristata) - a nocturnal bird, roosting during the day in dense vegetation, especially in thickets along rivers. If disturbed at roost, the owl will become very slim and erect the ear-tufts high. Feeds mainly on insects, but likely also small vertebrates.Locally from south Mexico through Central America to Venezuela, Surinam, the Guianas, Amazonian Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil and Bolivia.

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