Here’s Looking at YooHoo!

Owl 1

Owl 1

Here’s Looking at YooHoo, Kid!

Owl 2

Owl 2

Though their feathers make Owls look a little out of focus, their eyes are always crystal clear.

If an Owl sees you, you know you are most definitely spotted!

 

post script: Who said, “Here’s looking at you, kid?” It is most often remembered as the line spoken by Humphrey Bogart in the movie Casablanca, but seems to have predated that.

post post script: Owl at the World of Birds.

 

 

 

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26 thoughts on “Here’s Looking at YooHoo!

  1. blosslyn

    I love taking photos of owls, I think its their eyes, so clear and steady. He or she is a beauty. We followed one once along one of the dykes, just like a little white ghost. We have ‘little owls’ in the garden and a barn owl swops past most nights. The are indeed beautiful 🙂 Do you know what this one is 🙂

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      How lovely you have so many owls 🙂
      This (young) one is possibly a Spotted Eagle Owl. Sorry, but there were so many to see! Next visit I must take a photo of each description board so I know! 🙂

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      1. blosslyn

        It was the spots that had me wondering, we saw an eagle owl in Scotland and they are big birds, but have no spots, but still beautiful, he was sat on a post, just watching the world go by 🙂

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  2. Laura

    Owls are amazing. I saw one up close once at a nature event. Beautiful birds. It’s too bad they built houses and took away the place for the owls to live.

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      Fantastic! I love that they can still survive in our concrete jungle! 🙂
      When I lived in Weltevreden Park, owls flew nightly along a small stream opposite us. Then they built houses all over that little stretch of wilderness. No more owls!

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