Instructions For Wesley

May 22, 2010

4D5Q8295 Perfect

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4D5Q8294 Wesley Watching

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4D5Q8296 Here is How You Do it

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4D5Q8299 Balance Beam

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4D5Q8308 You like the landing pad

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4D5Q8317 I got the mouse

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4D5Q8334 Here I Come

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4 Responses to “Instructions For Wesley”

  1. Mary W Says:

    Wonderful Shots! National Geographic should publish an article on The Owl Box featuring your photos.

    Photos 1, 5, and 7 are stunning. The wings in Photo 5 create an impression that the bird is about to helicopter off the perch.

    I appreciate all the perches you have erected near the box so that viewers can see the owls via the infrared camera.

    Thank you for providing such a delightful opportunity for people around the world to learn about the birth and development of owls.

  2. Diane Model Says:

    Great pictures. Who is the photographer?

  3. Cathy Says:

    Awww…Wes…come on out sweetie. It’s alot of fund!!!! Beautiful pics as usual!!!!

  4. JL Gawlik Says:

    Again great pictures Carlos, thank you again to both you and Donna for literally opening your home, backyard to us and devoting so much time, expense and loss of sleep, in sharing this wonderful family.

    Wishing you and Donna as much enrichment as you have both given so many around the world and so many classrooms that you allowed to interview and learn about Molly, McGee and their wee offspring. It has been a once in a life time experience! Thank you again.

    We have all greatly enjoyed the beautiful pictures that you have taken and shared also. Thank you again…


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