Roark In Flight
February 24, 2011
As Donna and I continue to get ready for our travels this year, our backyard continues to be a plethora of activity. We see McGee coming and going at night, Roark comes in almost every morning for his share of grubs and then there is Caleigh, the female kestrel, looking for a mate. Our daily trips to the RV garage don’t seem to bother our family of backyard friends which also include a pair of Towhees, a pair of Mockingbirds and a couple of Scrub Jays. I don’t know if the Scrub Jays are a couple or not, but they let us know if we forget to put out the peanuts.
The photography book of the first clutch, Molly and McGee, The World’s Most Famous Barn Owls, continues to receive rave reviews from all that see it.
“Carlos, I am a fellow photographer. I just want to let you know your photo book is great, especially page 93. You have captured what’s real, not the Disneyland connection.”… Ron B.
To order your copy or give as a gift, go to mollytheowlbooks.com
If you have Molly and McGee, The World’s Most Famous Barn Owls, then you will want to order Molly and McGee, The Second Clutch to complete the experience. To order your copy or give as a gift, go to mollytheowlbooks.com
Reminder: There are only a few more days remaining to get Large Framed Prints of the Owls at 50% off. Go to CafePress.com/mollytheowl
Molly’s Story, a documentary DVD can be ordered at Austin4Media.com
I got lucky yesterday and got some great photos of Roark the Red-shouldered hawk as he searched for grubs.
Enjoy and have a great day.