Who’s there?

Spotting baby owls in this light is the most rewarding, I think. All three owlets are branchers now, and it’s glorious to watch them learn to fly.

Reflections on Growing Up

The mother, with her very curved beak and the father, with his straighter beak, watch as this baby ventures into the reeds alone.

Crepuscular Mist

The first great horned owl is most visible. The second is further out on the branch. The nest is in a cavity between the two owls. NO FILTER. This was the natural light.

Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Cornell Lab of Ornithology