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By: Anonymous: tcalgary () on Wednesday, February 03 2010 @ 10:23 PM EST  
Anonymous: tcalgary

PaulaP
8:13pm This is the guy who was in the Swiss Barn Owl's nest. It is a common Kestrel. They don't build their own nest but rather use someone else's. They are raptors but eat mainly voles, small birds etc.. Last year there were blackbirds in the nest.
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By: Anonymous: tcalgary () on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 02:25 PM EST  
Anonymous: tcalgary

Swiss Barn Owls
7:27pm M/T nest
Dutch Barn Owls
7:28pm M/T nest
BOT Barn Owls
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6:31pm Barn _ Lone owl on the right rafter
6:32pm Refuge _ Picture too blurry
LG Osprey
6:40pm No new reports
TX Barn Owls
1:42pm A good clear picture of an empty nest ClappingThank You
GRE Falcon
1:43pm No visitors
SRS Barn Owls
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10:45pm Second egg has hatched - Mom is breaking the egg down





       
   
By: Anonymous: tcalgary () on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 03:33 PM EST  
Anonymous: tcalgary

Dell Hummingbirds
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11:43am Phoebe is feeding Sassy
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12:57pm Phoebe seems to be so content





       
   
By: Anonymous: tcalgary () on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 03:54 PM EST  
Anonymous: tcalgary

SRS Barn Owls
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10:45am new egg - big guy to the left and new guy to the rear (thanks Ovolemio )

PaulaP - Kestrels in both Swiss and Dutch nests and this is common but weird since it is a raptor like a falcon but smaller and not strong like true falcons





       
   
By: Anonymous: PaulaP () on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 04:54 PM EST  
Anonymous: PaulaP

That's what I saw. I also realized when I went to the page that the clean nest was nest #1. #2 is still messy.

It has been an education watching Starr. To hear the babies make squeaks while hatching is amazing.





       
   
By: Anonymous: tcalgary () on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 06:55 PM EST  
Anonymous: tcalgary

Swiss Barn Owls
00:40am M/T nest
BOT Barn Owls
11:43pm Barn _ No visitors
11:44pm Refuge _ both owls are on the barn top
LG Osprey
11:45pm No new reports
Texas Barn Owls
6:46pm M/T nest
GRE Falcon
6:47pm No visitors





       
   
By: Anonymous: tcalgary () on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 07:43 PM EST  
Anonymous: tcalgary

Dell Hummingbirds
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4:14pm Never realized the many colors of the Allen's Hummingbird





       
   
By: Anonymous: tcalgary () on Thursday, February 04 2010 @ 08:26 PM EST  
Anonymous: tcalgary

SRS Barn Owls
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5:20pm Mom is digging an indent for her chicks to lay under her





       
   



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