Tracy...you need to attach an umbrella to the pillar! ;)
Aw, that poor little chicklet, so pitiful - and still awfully cute!
Hi there Tracy...I'm sure they'll dry out soon. The sun's out now :)Sending lotsaluv to you and Alan,MAXMOM IN SOUTH AFRICA
What a darling picture! Thx so much for the pics and updates. This has been so much fun. Chatters are wonderful, too.
So adorable. I've been watching the owls for the first time this year. I have a new love for owls, thank you for that. I have enjoyed the journey soooo much. I ordered the Pot Plant Owl book and just received it today! I love it! My family loves it too. I'm from Texas, and keep the pot plant owls up on my work computer all day, today I didn't see our babies at all! And reading my new book, was worried that they had left ( a VERY sad thought for me). I was happy to see a picture of them from today. While I know the rainy season must be tough on them, I'm glad that they are still there and I might see them tomorrow! Thank you again for allowing others to join you on your journey with PPO. I realize there are tragic moments, but the joys are SO joyful!!! Thank you for sharing,
You get such great pictures, thanks Tracey and Allen. And it's almost Thanksgiving: thank you for bringing us all together and bringing your look at the owls into our homes and hearts
Awwww....don't they look so pathetic!! But, such is the life of an owlet, learning how to deal with the real world. Thank you both for the cam and your dedication to these beautiful creatures. Lillian (NC)