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Wulf

Tuesday 20th May 2014

The owlets are all coming out of the woodwork now. Over the weekend we have confirmed sightings of 4 owlets in the Northern Hawk Owls in the Breeding Ground; at present, 1 owlet in with the Spectacled Owls in the Main Display. We are still waiting for results from the Spectacled in the Breeding Ground, but they are looking quite hopeful, if increased food intake is anything to go by. We shall see. I have included some owlet photos taken by Terry Evison. The subjects are the Tengmalm’s Owlets and one of a Pharaoh Eagle Owlet. Enjoy!

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Pharaoh Eagle Owlet
Pharaoh Eagle Owlet Picture courtesy Terry Evison
Tengmalm's Owlets
Tengmalm's Owlets Picture courtesy Terry Evison
Tengmalm's Owlets
Tengmalm's Owlets Picture courtesy Terry Evison
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