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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Where's My Mouse?


Cannon Powershot (Digital Zoom)

38 comments:

Pamela said...

PAMELA SAYS:

Two chicks at the opening of the Great Horned Owl nest. The 2nd chick is barely visible to the right and behind the hungry one.

Photo taken on Sunday, May 3. I heard and saw one parent hunting in the trees around the lake.

foam said...

wow .. great shot!!!

but i think my cat must have eaten their mouse ..

Junebug said...

Pamela,
About your fruit sticker...now that was funny! I thought maybe that your photos looked like the inside of a nectarine. 'Cause that is exactly how my husband's photos looked. Peachy!

Gabriel said...

Great picture!!! Have a great WW day...

My post: http://lfwaterloo.blogspot.com/2009/05/ww81-misty.html

Sreisaat said...

Hello Pamela... it looks fierce.... and scary! Great shot.

Thanks for dropping by my Postcards Crossing blog. I'm sure your daughter and granddaughter enjoys the postcard swaps as much as I do...

karisma said...

Very cute!

Sara Bonds said...

What a great shot. How did you get that close? I love how much it blends in to the rocks. So beautiful.

Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!

Valerie! said...

Wow, how cool! Like Sara before me said, it's neat how the owl's coloring blends into the rocks and nest. Great picture!

MomsJournal said...

Hard to imagine *that* is a chick! I wonder how big the eggs are? :P Great shot. Happy WW!

Gattina said...

Besides cats I also love owls because they have the same eyes like cats or at least the same look ! anyway they make me laugh !

Indrani said...

It isn't looking at me.
Lovely green eyes.

The Right Blue said...

What a charmer!

Robin said...

My goodness, he blends right in with the rock!

SandyCarlson said...

Good service is hard to get at that hole in the wall!

Great shot.

EastCoastLife said...

Cool! I love the huge eyes.
And it's only a chick!? O.O

Carleen said...

Beautiful shot! How did you manage such a close up? I'm amazed.

jill said...

during the day? wow

Beth F said...

Awesome shot. Look how well the birds blend into the background.

I am Harriet said...

Very cool pic.

Peter said...

Those mice are hard ro keep track of now they are wireless.

Julie@Momspective said...

Oh, that is SO COOL!

MaineBirder said...

Awesome photo!

Life Ramblings said...

that's beautiful.

lisaschaos said...

Awesome!! I saw a baby one over the weekend too! :) Nice nice nice!

Julia Smith said...

Completely amazing. I really love how well the camoflage coloring of the bird works in its surroundings.

Carver said...

That's a fabulous shot!

bookbabie said...

Oh owls are so cool, great shot!

Desert Songbird said...

What a fabulous shot!

kaye said...

love the owl, but I love your header more. Here’s my WW hope you can stop by!

Rayne said...

Wow! This is a fantastic shot! I have finally had a chance to get back to WW. I missed it so much.

napaboaniya said...

Wow!! it looks almost camouflage by the huge rock behind it :P

Kila said...

Wow, they sure blend right in. Great shot.

Lori said...

Wow, amazing how well that owl blends in....great pic! Happy WW and thanks for stopping by:)

grammy said...

Love the owl. Would love to have a zoom like that (o:

dianne - bunny trails said...

Terrific shot!! I love your title. That cracks me up.

My son's Groovy Man? It's on his leg! I know it looked like the arm. But no, the side of his leg. :D

Dora said...

No, u can't sit there and wait for the mouse to come. U have to be proactive in ur hunting. ;p

kitten said...

That is an awesome picture!!!!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Amazing shot, Pam!!