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Nesting great horned owls bring warmth and drama

9:41 AM, Jan. 21, 2013

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For several years, Jerry Borlen, of rural Oshkosh, has had the joy of hosting a pair of nesting great horned owls on his wooded property. The birds, which begin scoping out nest sites as early as December, and are on the nest by mid-January, add a warmth and dramatic spirit to the cold, wintry woodlands.

Borlen has been fortunate to observe the young birds in a unique and spectacular way, as last season saw one of the hatchlings tumble from the nest in a winter windstorm. The parent birds, unable to get the young owlet back into the nest, proceeded to feed the bird on the ground as it huddled at the base ...

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