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And Then There Were Two

Today, there’s just one! Our Long-eared Owlets have reached that time in the season for heading out on their own into the great wide open.

It only takes a month for the LEOwlets to take flight. Long-eared owls will head as far south as New Mexico in winter and enjoy cooler climates in the summer, though some southern residents stay put year-round. You can read more about the Long-eared Owl at the Owl Research Institute.


Tune in today before our last chick leaves the nest – and thank you for joining us this season!