Great Horned Owls adults and young owlets nesting and perched in trees.
Stock Photography By Mike Trewet
Great Horned Owls found in all states in the United States this nocturnal bird hunts in forests and urban farmlands it has been found in city parks and other rural areas. Educational views and nesting situations about how this Owl survives and thrives in a world where population has intruded into its hunting grounds.
Photo Captions for Great Horned Owls adults and young owlets nesting and perched in trees.
Image #1. Great Horned Owlets 8844 ( Bubo virginianus ) Great Horned Owlets peeking out of their nesting cavity in a cottonwood tree at Antelope Island in northern Utah.
Image #2. Great Horned Owls 8642 (Bubo Virgininaus) May and the Great Horned Owlets are now about three weeks old and very curious about what is going on around their cottonwood tree.
Image #3. Great Horned Owls 3646 ( Bubo Virginianus ) An old pole hay shed holds a nesting box placed their many years ago Great Horned Owls have nested here every spring giving birth from two to three Owlets each year.
Image #4. Great Horned Owlets 4912 (Bubo Virgininaus) Great Horned Owlets huddle together on a branch.
Image #5. Great Horned Owlet 9258 (Bubo Virgininaus) Great Horned Owlet watching the new world from its nesting cavity in a hollow tree.
Image #6. Great Horned Owl 3408 (Bubo Virgininaus) Adult Great Horned Owl sits atop a post reassuring its young owlet after it climbed up that same post.
Image #7. Great Horned Owlet 9214 (Bubo Virgininaus) Great Horned Owl nested in this tree cavity so that the Ravens would not bother them.
Image #8. Great Horned Owlet 6943 (Bubo Virgininaus) Great Horned Owlet has worked its way onto a small branch away from the safety of its nest.
Image #9. Great Horned Owlet 4851 (Bubo Virgininaus) Owlets like the Great Horned Owls leave the nest and start crawling and walking the branches of the trees they nest in.
Image #10. Great Horned Owlet 3467 ( Bubo Virginianus ) In the Ogden Valley in Northern Utah an old pole hay barn hosts a pair of Great Horned Owls and Owlets.
Image #11. Great Horned Owl 8140 (Bubo Virgininaus) Adult Great Horned Owl sits on an old heating oil tank alongside an old homestead house on the west desert of Utah.
Image #12. Great Horned Owl 7139 (Bubo Virgininaus) Great Horned Owls making use of a man made nesting box in an old pole hay shed.
Image #13. Great Horned Owl 2844 (Bubo Virgininaus) Adult Great Horned owl stands at the front of the nesting box it may be feeding time.
Image #14. Great Horned Owl 4960 (Bubo Virgininaus) Adult Great Horned Owl perched in a cottonwood tree.
Image #15. Great Horned Owl 4938 (Bubo Virgininaus) Adult Great Horned Owl rests in a tree alongside a lake that many people visit.
Image #16. Great Horned Owl 4661 ( Bubo Virgininaus ) The winter of 2017 in Utah has become almost a record year for snowfall in the marshlands of northern Utah like Bear River Bird Refuge the owls come to survive large quantities of mice help feed many species of owls Short Eared Owls, Barn Owls and this owl which is a Great Horned Owl!
Image #17. Great Horned Owl 3208 ( Bubo Virginianus ) Northern Utah on the west desert 20th of May 2016 an adult Great Horned Owl rests in the top of an old grain silo next to the silo an old cottonwood tree are three Owlets I guess even Owls need time away from the kids.
Image #18. Great Horned Owl 3176 ( Bubo Virginianus ) Great Horned Owlets In a tree alongside an old homestead home in Box Elder County in northern Utah on May 20th 2016 the dry farms in the area run up against the western desert a great habitat for the Owls.
Image #19. Great Horned Owl 5004 (Bubo Virgininaus) Adult Great Horned Owls can be found almost anywhere in the United States.
Image #20. Great Horned Owl 2580 (Bubo Virgininaus) Adult owls like this Great Horned Owl are often found alone sitting in a tree next to the field it was hunting mice in the night before.
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