Max in The Palm Tree

June 4, 2010

4D5Q8670 Max Back

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4D5Q8675 Max In Palm Tree

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4D5Q8677 Max Waiting On Food

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4D5Q8678 I am not an adult yet

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4D5Q8681 Molly Dropped Of A Mouse

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5 Responses to “Max in The Palm Tree”

  1. SusanfromAZ Says:

    Thanks so much for posting these great photos Carlos! Can I make a suggestion? Can you start posting which owlet under each photo? Very quickly you will leave for vacation and forget and we may never know who is who! Cheers, Susan

  2. Carol Joy Says:

    Susan may not realize you have the information listed when you click the “snap shot” and hold it for a moment. All the information is there on each picture. All of your pictures have been wonderful but I especially like these of Max in the palm tree. He is still young and needs Molly’s help finding food. Molly was also very attached to Max from the start since he was her first “baby.” You do such a great job of taking the candid shots. Thank you so much for sharing them with us. I will certainly miss the daily pictures when they are all gone for the box. Have a great vacation and share more pictures with us as you get them.

    Carol

  3. Mary W Says:

    It’s so interesting how the same owl’s appearance changes so radically with different positions and camera angles. The third and fourth photos from the top present a lumpy, dumpy-looking owlet. But look at Max, so elegant and erect in the first (top) photo! Amazing!

    I wonder whether the chest “freckle” pattern remains the same throughout life. It might be a good way of identifying your owlets in future photos. I suppose the white feather in among wing feathers is more obvious, if it remains there.

  4. Ellis Vidler Says:

    Fantastic shots, Carlos. Max is just beautiful. I love the two in the palm tree too.

    Many thanks,
    Ellis

  5. Reenee Says:

    Carlos—-Have you thought about publishing a book w/ all these awesome pictures in it?? These pics are just outstanding and I think a book would be wonderful for ALL your fans of these beautiful owls…Just a thought for you—>I think a book would sell like wildfire!! Thanks SO much for this wonderful oppurtunity to view these beautiful birds—>it’s been a blast!!


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