Great Horned Owl at Lower Yosemite Falls (April, 2006)


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Several people have recently noticed some Great Horned Owls in the Black Oak trees near the eastern trailhead for the Lower Yosemite Falls trail. According to long-time Valley locals, we should be expecting baby owls any moment - fluffy tennis balls with big eyes. Cute enough to warrant a trip to the Owl Tree in the wee hours of the morning...

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Great Horned Owl Family!

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I've been watching the owls since January. It appears that one baby owlet has survived out of a clutch of three from the mating pair.

See photos of the family on our web site:

Look in the "Wildlife" portfolio gallery as well as the "News" page.

Updates to follow on the site.

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