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A pair of baby Great Horned Owls peeking out of thier nest, a large hollow knot of a tree, in Cave Creek, Arizona.
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OMG – priceless – what a shot
Thanks very much, Julie : )
– Daniel J. McCauley IV
lol, they are so cute
They definitely are. Much appreciated, Susan.
BEAUTIFUL and PRICELESS shot Dan…………amazing capture!
Thanks so much, Ruth.
Wonderful capture. the curiosity in the eyes is classic! well done Daniel! Voles are attacking the grape vines-Industry in Oregon and they are placing owl nesting boxes rather than spraying pesticides! photos like this make people think!
Definitely an important info! Greatly appreciated, Dave.
What a moment! Great capture, perfect clarity. I would have been so excited to see this, I probably would have dropped my camera.
lol… You’d laugh at me if you knew how many pics I took of this family just to get a couple worthwhile. Always appreciated, Jan. Thank you.
This is so precious, wonderful capture
Thanks very much, amarica.
Excellent shot & title Daniel. How you spotted them, I don’t know!? They look mostly camouflaged..
lol… I’d like to say it was my eagle-eye, but I was told where I could find them. Thanks very much, Matt.
Oh my, they are so cute, what a wonderful capture :))
Very much appreciated.
What a great shot of some cute faces.
Thank you, very much.