Burrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia)
Unlike other owls, burrowing owls are active during the day, especially in the spring when they gather food for their large broods. This species of owl prefers open areas with low ground cover. They can often be found perching near their burrow on fence posts and trees… (read more: Defenders of Wildlife)
(photo: RGV Birding Festival)

Burrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia)

Unlike other owls, burrowing owls are active during the day, especially in the spring when they gather food for their large broods. This species of owl prefers open areas with low ground cover. They can often be found perching near their burrow on fence posts and trees… (read more: Defenders of Wildlife)

(photo: RGV Birding Festival)

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