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We are fortunate to have these owls (and also Barred Owls) frequent our yard since we live next to the forest. Occasionally they will come and perch on a tree branch in the daytime so we can get a good look at them with the spotting scope!
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My sister lives on Camano Island! Love it there.

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Owls are my favorite bird, followed by penguins


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