The Barn Owls of San Marcos
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These are so awesome!
Hey, it’s getting crowded out there on the perch! What terrific shots. Thank you.
Carlos, your pics are priceless! Thanks for another spectacular night on FledgeWatch!
Why do these pics make me all teary-eyed? Every time. I wish so many good things for these guys… they’re like my kids… I wanna wrap them in bubble wrap and keep ’em safe. Alas.
Carlos/Donna, you’ve heard it a lot now, but you two are fantastic for doing this. If you’ve gotten even a few people to appreciate nature and wild animals, what an accomplishment. Given the hit count, I’ve a feeling it’s more than a few. :)
Carlos.. you are providing the world with an experience that is irreplaceable.. thank you for all of your hard work and for being so generous with your time.. Joan
I second Joan – wonderfully said!!
Those are fantastic photos. The owlet kissing the other owlet at the door is so sweet and shows how they are closely bonded. Thanks for sharing all the photos, video, narrations, and interviews! It has been a lot of fun!
Carlos, my students and I have learned so much about Barn owls from this experience – thank you for all the time and money that you and Donna have devoted to the Owl Box! Both of you have made a big difference in the world, bringing together so many people for a peaceful learning experience.
Carlos & Donna…..
I agree with the previous posts about the sharing of the experience, your work, time, and pictures.
I hope you can publish these beautiful pictures in the future, so there is a way for the owl lovers of Molly, McGee & family, to purchase copies.
Oh Carlos! Such a wonder! Thank you so much for your time and your selfless nature!
Carlos, what an amazing journey you have allowed us to take. Thank you so much.
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