Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Pearl Spotted Owl In Residence At Sedia Hotel

Actually, it could well be a pair of Pearl Spotted Owls. These 7 or 8 inch wonders can sing up some beautiful sounds - described as a series of long lilting tu-tu-tu's. They tend to like starlite nights for their singing forays.

The Pearl Spotted Owl is described as earless. In discussions with Jon Dalsegg, a birder of note himself, he informs me they actually have assymetrical ears, it is just that they are pronounced.

Regardless, while visiting Sedia Riverside Hotel, listen for them late afternoon and on moonlite evening. The photo is from Flickr - I have yet to see one live, let alone get a phote like this.
Visit the source of the photo at http://www.flickr.com/photos/pattheplant/2658606094/ .

4 comments:

Emilio said...

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Good Bloog my friend!! Congratulations!!

good luck!! See you!

Allen said...

Good Job!!!!!
Very True, u r saying.

Hotel Vejle said...

Evil eyes that bird have

Delta Dave said...

Ah, but it is a sweet singer. The eyes on the back of the head are not as severe.

If you flew around like a night owl you would also have special eyes.