Posted by: atowhee | May 26, 2018


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  1. […] Our Golden Gate Audubon Society field trip began today with a dawn start in the foggy, cold Cascades east of Ashland.  It felt more like March than late May.  Cold, wind, fog, low visibility.  But our day began with sequential sightings of Great Gray Owl, including a female incubating or brooding young in a nest platform. Late in the morning we found this adult owl hunting in an opening surrounded by blooming mountain mahogany:This owl we saw drop to the ground and come up with as vole clutched in one taon as it flew off, likely to feed its mate or an owlet nearby.  For a gallery of Great Gray Owl images, including some in the early morning fog, click here. […]

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