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Rahab Klingensmith

He is certainly adorable ....Owls are alot more hardy and intelligent than we all expect them to be.....and funnier yet, their eating habits are quite unique.....ewwwww.....But, they are beautiful and smart....capturing a pose of him on the street light is just a wittness of his mytical charm.....and whoooooooosssshhh, he's gone in a flash...eating the last mouse of morsal that crossed his path!!! This one is surely handsome and cute all the same......thanks for sharing this photo with us...

OpposableChums

In a sense, any species irruption can be seen as a sign of distress in that population. Although I'd give my left foot to see such a gorgeous owl, here's hoping that life grows more hospitable on their home turf.

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