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Barred Owls - Night Shot

We have been seeing a Barred Owl in the early morning roosting in the hemlocks or on the pump house roof beside our goldfish pond. Recently the robins have been alerting us to its presence by constant scolding. And the fish have been disappearing all summer so we set up a trail camera to monitor it hoping to catch the thief.
Yesterday we captured a photo of a Barred Owl or maybe 2 side by side at the back edge of the water. Adult and a young one? Were they there for a drink or were they hunting the fish? You can see some fish swimming in the opposite direction. A day shot from the same camera is posted below for comparison.


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