1. Western Screech Owl Family


    from Judy Kennedy Added 24 3 2

    BABIES! Actually tiny fledglings and their parents who visit us each year -- Western Screech Owl (Megascops kennicottii) in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona.

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    • 2013 16 Growing Up Owl


      from paul helmer Added 15 0 0

      MUSIC: "Too Much Reality" & "12345" by Hans Zimmer from As Good As It Gets Check out around 3:10 when you can hear mom call out to her kids to coax them out of the nest. Who new Great-Horned Owls chirped like that?

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      • Mom and Baby Screech Owls - GoPro


        from Adam Farrell Added 173 0 0

        We've had nesting screech owls in my backyard the last couple years, decided to use the go pro mounted with gaff tape to a long section of copper pipe I had in my garage. I immediately felt guilty after seeing the footage Mama owl was pretty freaked out obviously. Great footage except for the rookie mistake didn't clean the lens.

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        • The Owls in Daylight


          from Old Man and the Mountain Media Added 26 0 0

          Our owls had babies, and they are amazing creatures.

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          • Hammer No More the Fingers + Phil Cook of Megafaun @ Trekky House 5/24/10


            from Eric Chen Added 81 0 0

            Hammer No More the Fingers and 1/3 of Megafuan join forces for an acoustic tour de force at the Trekky House on May 21, 2010. This was one of the first acoustic shows ever for the tenaciously rocking Hammer No More the Fingers and the first with Phil Cook (banjo). What's most impressive about this set is that Phil had never played these songs before and only warmed up with Hammer outside on the porch in the 20 minutes leading up to the set. There were some songs in the set that Phil might never have heard. Cheers to the improvisational virtuosity of the Triangle! Thanks to Will Hackney of Trekky Records for putting this intimate and amazing show together.

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