32 thoughts on “I See You!

  1. Great photos. We have some hooters who serenade us all night long. Two or three pair of owls sit in the cottonwoods trees around our property and hoot back and fourth to each other all night long. We get hotting in full quadraphonic, surround sound. It’s amazing how much they have to say to each other.

    1. It is true… they do have a lot to say. Many nights one will sit on our roof and hoot to another on a different roof. We love it!
      You saying surround sound and quadraphonic is a “hoot!” πŸ™‚

      1. It’s great stuff. We don’t have TV so we sit outside and listen to the critters converse. Often times the mama porcupine will be trying to get her defiant teenagers to do something and they can raise quite a fuss. Often between the owls hooting, the coyotes will have a squeal fest, and then sometimes out of the silent darkness, neighbors peacocks with sound like banshees screaming in the dead of night.

      2. Oh I have heard the cry of Peacocks! Their sound is deafening and they sound exactly like screaming banshees!
        Coyotes howling is okay… except when they go in for the kill… then NOT SO MUCH!

    1. I have not heard of any in Edinboro… YET! However, I will be on the look out!

      I did hear there are a few Bald Eagles!

      Thanks so much for stopping by.

    1. Thank so much! I was very lucky! I was on a walk in my neighborhood. I heard some birds squawking and looked up. At first I thought it was a hawk. Then Lo and behold it was a Great Horned Owl! Yay for me. He loved getting his picture taken! Have a great week!

    1. Hello! How are you? Thank You for enjoying this incredible creature! I was so fortunate to look up on my walk and see him… trying to hide up in the tree.

      I need to stop over and see what you have made as of late! Thank you so much for stopping by!

    1. Oh Judy… I was beyond thrilled to see this Owl on my walk! A bunch of birds were squawking and there he was… trying to hide and sleep. Thank You so much for enjoying this amazing creature right along with me.
      As for the tree. It’s a certain kind of Mesquite… I am pretty sure.
      Thanks for the OWL LOVE! Now I am off to find some doors for you to enjoy. πŸ™‚

    1. The day I read your post about the Owls flying over your heads during a program… I saw this owl on my walk. How cool was that!

      Thank for the Owl Love! Your kind words are so appreciated.

    1. Oh My goodness… we have ESP! I was just at your place commenting on your post of your beautiful trip to Joshua National Park!

      Thanks for enjoying my Owl I saw on a neighborhood walk! I was very lucky to see him!

    1. He was probably thinking …. “Woman, can’t you tell I am trying to sleep!”
      As for me… I was beyond excited! Seeing an Owl this close in the wild (if you call our neighborhood wild!) is fabulous!!

      Thanks so much for stopping by!

  2. Oh…did the stars align in your favor with this photo capture. Just gorgeous. We have the roof to roof owls too. Usually February/March. Thank you for sharing this just gorgeous photography. 🌍

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