Burrowing Owls

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Burrowing owls are hard to locate, but if you know where to look and how to spot them they are around. These images were taken near Denver International Airport, less than a mile from the runway. Burrowing owls live in prairie dog holes and if you are driving down the road and just casually look you probably won’t see any owls. Look closely and you might see an owl. The majority of these images are of young “owlets”, they are the ones with fuzzy all white bellies, the adults bellies are brown and white.

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