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1. A Pair of Woodies (167th & Central)


2. Another View (same as above)


3. Coyote hunting something... (97th & Willow Springs Road)


4. Caspian Terns Fishing (McGinnis Slough - 138th & LaGrange)


5. Another Caspian Tern (same place)


6. Last Tern... in a dive toward the targeted fish:


7. Great Blue Heron (182nd & 84th Ave)


8. Great Horned Owl Winking at Me (location not disclosed)


9. Northern Harrier (Bartell Grasslands, Flossmoor Rd. & Central)


10. My first Mockingbird, with breakfast (Montrose Bird Sanctuary)
 

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Nice. On way back from Loozy a mockingbird was freaking out at entrance to rest area building. Amazing range of calls etc.
 

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# 3 = WAK & STAK

#4 = Tern :)2
 

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You still seeing them things at work,Oaktree?Geese don't land on rooftops!, :lol:
As always,nice shots,Gotfish!
 

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Hunden said:
You still seeing them things at work,Oaktree?Geese don't land on rooftops!, :lol: !
Wanna BET!
 

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Got fish is that the chick/fledgling for the pair? Great Photos!
 

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The great horn owl, first we saw the mating pair then the fluff ball.
 

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Ok...now I get it. As far as I know, the owl in this thread is Mommy owl. The young ones still look like owlets, with more fluff & less color definition. This is a somewhat recent shot of one of the little ones...

 

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man my memory is shot I couldn't for the life of me remember that it was called an owlet. Again great shots!
 
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