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For any woodworkers who like owls here is a pic of two brand spanking new Great Horned babies in our trees and there's still snow on the ground!!
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sweet...thx for sharing

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Great picture Dennis.

Someone I consider a master woodworker once told me that a master woodworker is not someone who never makes mistakes. He is someone who is able to cover them up so that no one can tell.
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I love owls...and have huge respect for them. You don't want one mad at you!
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Mother nature at its best.
Wonderfull! Thanks for sharing!
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Our last house (condo in Franklin, TN) had a huge Chestnut Oak tree with an owl hutch. Must've been 3 ft. opening up 30 feet from the ground. Every year the Great Horned Owls had a clutch there. One year there was eight of them. The last to fledge out was the runt, and I call TN Wildlife Management Agency, because I'd thought he was abandoned. They said not to worry, the owl parent were the best in Nature, and they were enticing him to wander farther out on the limbs to learn to fly and follow. Three day later he was gone too. Beautiful Animals. Thanks for sharing.

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A great picture, Dennis - thanks.
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Beautiful picture, I enjoy wildlife, thanks for sharing
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Great picture, Dennis. I haven't seen any local owls lately but I hear them every night.

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