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I bet they did enjoy the petting after they settled down...aren't they cute?
What a sweet little owl!
How cute!~ But if looks could kill:) heheMine is, HERE. Happy Weekend!!
Neal- a stunning saw whet owl!Tom
Hi Neal. Welcome to Camera Critters. You've got some dramatic photos to start with!That's funny (to me) how they used a machine to broadcast male owl calls. Shalom to you all from Jerusalem.
That's awesome. What a privilege!
adorable! Thanks for sharing.I have two participating blogs this weekend!http://www.twobarkingdogs.wordpress.comandhttp://www.onevintagephoto.wordpress.com
It almost looks like he enjoyed the petting...I would've thought he'd be wrestling to be let go. Thanks for sharing these shots!
What sweet pictures! I love owls.
I love that fifth photo - those eyes - wow!That had to be an experience you won't soon forget.
Oh my gosh!! That is SO awesome! I think owls are absolutely gorgeous. What a fantastic experience this must be!
Oh my... that is a wonderful owl! This is an amazing photo.~Michele~Mountain Retreat- Canada
Hi!Awesome Photos!!!! Have never seen an owl up close and personal. Take Care!!Sherrie
That is precious! Is he as soft as he looks?
Awww - sooo sweet! What did you do w/ him? Let him go, right?
I never knew owls could have so much personality! I love it when I learn something new like that. ;-)
They do ahve amazing eyes. I held some smaller birds, but never an owl.
This a great series of photos! He looks like he is ok with you petting him. I would love to find an owl in the wild to photograph! What a great job to have, tagging owls! :)
I love the owl shots. I had one as a child and have always been fond of them.
Great series of photos!
what great photos, who knew they would be so gentle looking.
Love these photos. I can imagine what a memorable experience that was. I really love the photo of the owl looking straight at the camera with big eyes that remind me of one of my cats.In your Today's Flowers post, there are some great shots. The blue one is my favorite because it is so unusual (at least to me).In the Barns & Houses post, I guess I have to be somewhat surprised by the plow in the house, but where my dad grew up, such things would not surprise me at all.And the Yellowstone Falls are wonderful. It IS quite difficult to capture that falls and show it's real grandeur. Unless you've been there, you just can't understand how big it is.
Wow, I would love to do that! They are so cute!
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