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A regular contributor just sent me this shot.
It seems appropriate for a caption contest.
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It’s a Barred owl, I believe.
who dar !! who dar !!
Whoo, whoo just took my picture? -one my kids
“Whooooooever took my tree…..better watch out!!!” , says Woodsy the Owl
What a HOOT!
Owl just stay on my favorite stand and prey that I have success. I should. I’m a pretty talonted hunter.
I get more deer pics when I use corn vs owl.
woo dat woo dat
Hoot Owl Stump Speeches!
It’s a barred owl. Thanks for this feature. Rupe
“Harry, I don’t think you should be petting that cougar.”
Darn it got the am and pm mixed up on my alarm clock again.
“UP ALL DAY – SLEEP ALL NIGHT!”
whooo, whooo, whooo, whooo goes there?
Darn it!! Where’d those bucks go??
Let’s see I think I was suppose to make a right at the Pine tree and not a left!!!
“Come on Harriet! I told you we were going to be late again!”
“Hmm, it truly does look different all the way up there!”
” An owl can’t have any privacy anymore. Now I know why the deer are fussing in the fields. Dang, I hope the picture doesn’t make me look fat?!”
Anyone that’s against forest management can take this stump and shove it!
Become one with the stump my son
I told you it was a camera!
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Sun, 08 Dec 2013 15:45:32 +0000
While growing up in rural Southern Oregon, Mark Taylor
developed a passion for the outdoors while he and his younger brother tagged along with their father on fishing,
hunting and camping adventures.
Graduating from Northwestern University in 1988, Taylor spent four years as an officer in the U.S. Navy based
in Norfolk before moving into journalism.
After five years writing about the military for a Norfolk-based publishing company, he became the outdoors
editor at The Roanoke Times in 1998. He lives in Roanoke with his wife and twin daughters.