Video: Western Screech Owls & Nestlings – Part II, Updated June 22

May 29, 2017

Courtesy of Laurel Strohmeyer

Editorial Note. If you watched the video of owl hatching on Easter Day, these are follow-ups that Laurel has generously contributed. Enjoy. Les

 

Update: June 23, 2017

Here is a little update. All three of the little Western Screech Owls are doing fine and are pretty entertaining to watch. This 3 minute video takes you from when they left the nest up until yesterday.
Enjoy!

https://vimeo.com/222773241

Laurel

Update: June 5, 2017

Hooray, they have survived their first week out of the nest box.  I got my first peek at them last night.  It was 107 degrees here yesterday and they were hot and thirsty, so Mom brought them to the watering hole. 

I was thrilled to know they are all ok!

enjoy this little 2 minute clip


https://vimeo.com/220204280

Laurel

Original Post: May 28, 2017

I’ve put together a video follow up on Leo & Lilly and their three nestlings. 

This one is 13-minutes, so wait till you’ve got the time if you’re so inclined 🙂

Enjoy! 

And Happy Memorial Day! 

Laurel Strohmeyer

 

Video: Lilly and Leo Follow-Up

 

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Author: Laurel Strohmeyer

Born and raised on the east coast, Laurel now enjoys life in Scottsdale, AZ with her husband Jim and Rhodesian Ridgeback Jengo. As an artist with an insatiable curiosity for wildlife and a love of nature, Laurel enjoys both landscape and wildlife photography. She considers herself a wildlife biographer. “Whether I’m shooting a band of horses, a family of owls, or a breathtaking sunrise, it’s the “Feeling of a complete union with nature, where for a moment, nothing else exists ” that I hope to bring to others with my work.” Laurel’s work can be seen at https://laurelstrohmeyer.smugmug.com/

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