February was a good month for owls. I thought at first this Great Horned was a Great Gray while I was out on morning. Took the photo too quick.
A scenic shot
On one morning outing I saw three different Great Gray Owls. Two were fairly close together. Could be nesting nearby somewhere.
Both were on telephone wires
The last weekend of March there was a snow storm so I wasn't able to get out. Migrants are late this year. I had my first crow last weekend. Furthermore, I did a drive looking for Rough-legged and Red-tailed Hawks but didn't see any. I wasn't that disappointed because I did see two Great Gray Owls.
One of them
Here is my list so far. SNow will be melting quick now so that list will grow very quickly!
Canada Goose Trumpeter Swan Lesser Scaup Common Goldeneye Common Merganser Ruffed Grouse Sharp-tailed Grouse Rock Pigeon Northern Goshawk Bald Eagle Great Horned Owl Northern Hawk Owl Northern Pygmy-Owl Great Gray Owl Downy Woodpecker Hairy Woodpecker Pileated Woodpecker Canada Jay Blue Jay Black-billed Magpie American Crow Common Raven Black-capped Chickadee Boreal Chickadee Golden-crowned Kinglet European Starling Bohemian Waxwing House Sparrow Evening Grosbeak Pine Grosbeak Common Redpoll Hoary Redpoll White-winged Crossbill Snow Bunting