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Who is always followed by a verb?!
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Amazing camouflage I must say.
What kind of owl is that? I’m curious because a couple owls took up residence in a shed next to the house where I stayed this summer in Santa Fe. They were not more than 6″ tall, and very cute. We think that they may have been elf owls, but heck, we don’t know… Anyhoot, anyone out there know?
Who in the world…wait…what?
No, “Who” is not always followed by a verb: Who ELSE noticed this mistake? [adverb]
Yes, who was it?
A gentle skritch skritch on that darling forehead!
I think I had her for 7th grade English.
It might be an eastern screech owl. I have one in my backyard. I never see her but I hear her at night. They have a neat cry.
Or a saw whet owl? They are small, too.
I know it’s not a saw-whet; they are even more diabolically adorable than this one!
Rule of cuteness: Tiny, PO’d-looking things are cute! Come on, make it happen!
Adult Eastern Screech-Owl (Gray morph)
On second thought, it’s the Brown morph
PS For comparison, a saw-whet owl:
Owl be round ♥
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