When we moved in back in May, we noticed the pair of barn owls that live in our, well...barn. Go figure. Anyways, they are amazing at keeping our mice population down out there. When we walk out there, the ground crunches with mice skeletons with every step you make. It's kinda nasty, but I'd rather it be the bones than the actual mice running around by my feet!
I was working out there the other day, cleaning more crap out, so I decided to take pictures of them before they flew out.
|There are two, but one of them is kind of bashful|
Anyone know how to the tell the difference between male and female owls?