Posted by: atowhee | August 15, 2016

GREAT GRAY FESTIVAL CONTINUES

There are now almost daily sightings of Great Gray Owls in the Cascades east of Ashland.  Local owl aficionados regularly check the meadows and treetops and often one or more owls are seen…in daytime.  Mel Clements has taken many fine GGO pics and has sent theses two, of a pair of youngster born earlier this year.GGO YNG GGO YNG2A handful of Jackson County birders yesterday saw a total of four Great Gray Owls along one road at about 4600′ elevation.  The two young were heard calling but no adult was spotted nearby.  The two young were hunting together when these photos were taken.  Thanks, Mel.

For information on my Great Gray Owl book, click here.

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  1. Hi Harry,

    I hope you had a great time with your sons and family.

    Were the owls in the two pine meadow on Keno access rd.? Linda and I were there early last week with no luck. We need YOU along!

    m a

    • Two Pine is one place they have regularly appearing, yes


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