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Old Mar 28, 2010, 2:57 PM   #1
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Not a lot going on Friday at the owls nest. Both chicks there and one adult, one with bad eye, in the nest while I was there. A little fondling went on between adult and chick.

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Old Mar 28, 2010, 5:53 PM   #2
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Wow! They're growing up fast. Or, maybe it's just that we're seeing more of the body now.

Nice captures.

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I was thinking the same thing - the baby isn't as much of a baby as it was. Still really fluffy though, very cute.
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Ed, I enjoy every installment of this series. Keep 'em coming.

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These are great shots Ed. Thank you for keeping us apprised of he progress.
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Hi Ed,

You have a great series going here!!! You have to love those eyes. The adults look soo serious, and the baby looks sooo clueless. . .

Owls are currently my nemesis. I know there are some around, but I've yet to spot one, and I can't get any tips on where to find any around here.

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Some great photos! Thanks for keeping us informed of all the avian progress!!
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Really fantastic photos with your K7!!!
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Well done, Ed-

They are growing up fast. Wow! You have an excellent series with the owls.

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Good job Ed!
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