Sydney and the owlets at the very front of the box where we had no view of them.
(no pun intended) of one of the treats
Mel sits on the perch after making a delivery and then flies off
Barn owls can hear so well that researchers believe they can distinguish which species of rodents they are hearing.
The flattened facial disk of a Barn Owl funnels sound to the bird's ears and magnifies it as much as ten times to help the bird hear noises humans can't detect.
sorry kids, mom cant hear you. :)
Opossum with extras to the door.
Boomer swallows whole prey