NOTE: This observation is the continuation of an earlier post: Eastern Screech Owl – They’re Back!

Sabra Taggart was kind enough to send us a few more wonderful pictures of the Eastern Screech Owl family living in her front yard. The last photograph in this series was taken just after a brief rain shower moved through the area. The two drenched owlets look palpably shocked and indignant, don’t you think?

Eastern Screech Owl - Update from Irving

Eastern Screech Owl - Update from Irving

Eastern Screech Owl - Update from Irving

Eastern Screech Owl - Update from Irving

NOTE: This observation is continued here: Eastern Screech Owl – Pecan Tree Portrait

Observation Details

County Dallas
City Irving
Date May 28, 2013
Time of Day Evening
Temperature Warm (70-89°F/21-32°C)
Weather Cloudy
Habitat Residential-Single Family
Type of Behavior Care of Young
Gender Mixed
Maturity Mixed
Observer Sabra Taggart
Main Article Eastern Screech Owl Observation Location

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