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Taken with a telephoto lens, so no need to worry about being too close to his napping spot.
We’re guessing eastern screech owl but not sure. We have 4 hanging around our yard.
you can expect he's shitting all over the place
I keep hearing this owl call the many others around it outside my house but I can never get them on video!! The tone is a little high pitched and the first hoot kind of goes from low to high and the next two are low and short like “hooOOO hoo hoo” I’m sorry for the horrible explanation I’m doing the best I can lmao! Hopefully I can get it on video soon!!
A couple nights ago I was primitive camping in northern Michigan and heard about 3-4 owls communicating with each other with this unique hoo/calling/sound. Curious what kind of owls they might have been?
We think it is a Eastern screech owl but we are not sure. We live in South Texas so maybe that gives you a clue. Took these pictures via a s22 Ultra, and I think that there might have been some post processing cause they look smooth. idk wanted to share, hope you like.