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There are horned owls in my tall trees, swooping down on my rabbits…

… and I hear them when I spend time in the Shenandoah and it’s always thrilling to hear them… So UD is happy that Washington State University is going to so much trouble to save a bunch of Great Horned babies whose nests were destroyed.

Not only are they being hand-fed, three times a day, “cut-up mice soaked in water” (WSU veterinary students must spend all their time slicing mice), but “People working with the baby owls are instructed not to talk when feeding them.” Lest they imprint.

Margaret Soltan, April 27, 2012 5:05AM
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