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Just back from Malheur Wildlife refuge in SE Oregon.  Nearly every group of large trees in this arid, mostly treeless region has a great-horned owl nest.  This one is in a poplar growing in the small settlement of Frenchglen.  At least one of the chicks is helping mom (very nearby) keep watch on the strange being with the big lens.


Posted May 6, 2011 by MJF Images in Uncategorized

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