[Fosc] An owl

Elaine Geffen elaineofpew at gmail.com
Fri Dec 8 21:53:50 PST 2017

Last year the Great Horned Owls were hanging out under the Leimert Bridge and babies were seen. 
This time of year there are territory claim vocalizations being made and a month or so later we will hear courtship behaviors. Some lovely duets can be heard in the winter. 
We are lucky to have this wonderful species that live adjacent to our human population. 
This is what preserving habitat is all about!

> On Dec 8, 2017, at 8:39 PM, Janet S. BROUGHTON via Fosc <fosc at lists.sausalcreek.org> wrote:
> Several of us here at the far end of Hickory Street have been hearing an owl for the past six weeks or so. It stays close to Sausal Creek, and it has been calling from dusk to pre-dawn.  Usually one longer hoot is followed by two shorter ones. The frequency of calls is tapering off a little now, but we still hear a call at least every thirty minutes or so. 
> I’ve listened on line to the hooting of many kinds of owls, and the owl here sounds just like a great horned owl. I see on the FOSC web site that a great horned owl has been reported above Highway 13.  So maybe we have several in the watershed!
> Janet Broughton 
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