Owls around the world 2015-2021

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Spotted Eagle Owl camera in Johannesburg, South Africa

Both owlets together out of the pot :D
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Both chicks exploring the balcony

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Spotted Eagle Owl camera in Johannesburg, South Africa
For the first time I saw both parents together :D
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Mpho's HIPP & HOPP

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Spotted Eagle Owl camera in Johannesburg, South Africa

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The chicks have no problem leaving the nest.
Getting back is not as easy
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2Zzu1y2J18
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Spotted Eagle Owl camera in Johannesburg, South Africa
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yEwtXZyopI

Last night was full of excitement. One of owlets jumped down to the right from the balcony pillar. Second one flew to the pillar to watch sibling. And then the severe storm has started. Second owlet jumped back to the pot. It was after midnight and property owners Tracy and Allan were sleeping. Fortunately storm woke them up and they started to look for the owlet in the garden. During this storm, rain and lightning, owlet was found among the cactus and brought back to the balcony.
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Like every winter the Osprey's nest in Charlo, Montana is visited at night by GHO's
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OalhwAgOmQs
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Spotted Eagle Owl camera in Johannesburg, South Africa
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yEwtXZyopI
December 2nd
The camera view has been changed and you can now watch the flight abilities of the owlets.
It will not take long, when they leave the safe balcony
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Thanks Mamicja! :D

...and now:
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Mamicja wrote: December 2nd, 2018, 5:07 pm :hi:
Like every winter the Osprey's nest in Charlo, Montana is visited at night by GHO's
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OalhwAgOmQs
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...also with some daylight
20th November

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video: she calls two times, in the beginning and at the end of the clip
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Charlo, Montana Osprey nest
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-AGR64UQDIw
GHO's visits were rather silent lately. Maybe it's not the time for courtship yet.
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Spotted Eagle Owl camera in Johannesburg, South Africa - :nod: :nod: :nod: -

https://www.facebook.com/potplantowl/ph ... =3&theater

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Spotted Eagle Owl camera in Johannesburg, South Africa
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeZA1X ... s4HHp85KZA
Mpho and Tabs still visit the balcony, they haven't depart yet. Yesterday they hunted a bird in the garden and brought it to the pot.
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Osprey nest Charlo, Montana
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOnBE-sJ-VU
GHO visits this nest each night. It seems to be good place for hunting in winter.


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Very bad news from Pot Plant Owl
Both owlets died of "Trichomonas gallinae" (this is the same illness the Australian eaglet is suffering from) :cry: . The bird they brought to the pot (dove) was the source of it.
It seems that parents (Lady and Pappa) are also infected.
More info on FB https://pl-pl.facebook.com/potplantowl/
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Pot Plant Owl - 4.01.2019

Tragically, this in one of the last videos of the 'Adopted' chicks. Taken on 30 Dec. They are feeding on a Laughing Dove that has been brought to them by Lady, the female. The dove was infected with a deadly disease. One of the chicks succumbed on 3 Jan, the other is currently fighting for its life at a specialist Avian Vet. Lady has not been seen for 5 days.
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It is so tragic and sad ..... after this amazing and successful adoption try the whole PP Owl family could cease now because of feeding on a dove which was infected with Trichomonas gallinae :cry:
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Mamicja wrote: January 6th, 2019, 4:03 pm :hi:
Very bad news from Pot Plant Owl
Both owlets died of "Trichomonas gallinae" (this is the same illness the Australian eaglet is suffering from) :cry: . The bird they brought to the pot (dove) was the source of it.
It seems that parents (Lady and Pappa) are also infected.
More info on FB https://pl-pl.facebook.com/potplantowl/
Oh, what a sad news, this infection is very fatal. I saw the suffering from two peregrine falcon chicks in Melbourne until they must starve. Very sad, thanks for sharing, Mamicja.
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Bea wrote: January 7th, 2019, 12:19 pm °°°°°°°°

It is so tragic and sad ..... after this amazing and successful adoption try the whole PP Owl family could cease now because of feeding on a dove which was infected with Trichomonas gallinae :cry:
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Unfortunately Lady also died, someone found her body. Sad season at Pot Plant Owl :cry:
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GHO hooting and mating at Osprey nest Charlo, Montana
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOnBE-sJ-VU
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