We went out and tried to locate it last night in case it was on the ground, but it didn’t seem to be and we figured it had landed in the canopy of some lower trees.This morning Patty Frothingham and Mary Lambright are out there and found all three owls, all looking just fine.Or sign up to receive an email or text alert when the ice out listing is updated.
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The Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands Boating Facilities Program tracked Maine lake "Ice-Out" during the Spring of 2017.
Owlet 2 is in the nest feeling a bit left out, Owlet 1 is in a tree that’s almost straight towards the sun, and Mom is watching in an adjacent tree. To get your bearings, below is a view from Cam2 or the location of the escapee (owlet1) – it’s perched in a tree that’s hidden by that branch – probably 30 or 40 yards away from the nest, and may well be exactly where owlet 1 landed last night!
It’s a wild ride out there in the wind this morning.
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