[Tweeters] Eide Rd Short and Long Ears

Loren Mooney loren.mooney at gmail.com
Wed Feb 4 12:20:16 PST 2015


These are really good shots, Doug. I was there several weeks ago and the
shorties were not approachable at all. Looks like they're getting used to
the people there. I've heard they do that. Nice work.



On Wed, Feb 4, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Doug Schurman <doug at bodyresults.com> wrote:


> I have visited Eide Rd (near Stanwood) twice in the last few weeks and was

> delighted to see the numerous Short-eared and a single Long-eared Owl each

> time. When I've been to West 90 (in Skagit) in the winters I don't think

> I've seen the Short-ears be as easily approachable as at Eide road. Seems

> like there are probably a dozen or more short-ears at Eide Rd.

>

> As a result I was able to get some of my best pictures of these two

> species.

> Below is a link to a set of 9 photos including 1 of a Long-ear with a vole

> on a pretty nice perch and 1 of a Short-ear where you can see the ear tuffs

> well.

> https://www.flickr.com/photos/seattlebirdman/sets/72157650234097608/

>

> Happy birding

>

> Doug Schurman

> Seattle

>

>

>

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Loren Mooney
Seattle, Washington
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