Posted by: atowhee | July 25, 2014

BEING YOUNG

This time year it is easy to find birds doing what comes naturally: being young.
Here is the one young Screech-Owl I could find today from the Lithia Park nest, roosting abut thirty feet from where it was born. No sign of the other three owlets could I find.

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OWL SQINT
Late in the day I found a second owlet, right in the nest cavity…click here for that blog.
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Young Spotted Towhee, still fuzzy and streaky on the chest.
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wodu yng maleYoung Wood Duck male in LIthia Park.

blph youngYoung Black Phoebe flycatching at Ashland Pond.

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Crow in tree begging from parent on same limb–at Ashland Pond. Then Crow on grouknb beggin from parent in front of thw house where we stayed for a few days this week in Portland.
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crow begs


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