Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Long-eared in thorns

whenever I find a Long-eared roosting around here it is always in hawthorns and usually 90% covered in branches; I suppose this one was a little better in only being 40% covered but the light was problematic being from one side and there was no alternative view point

1 comment:

Owlman said...

I've found LEO's in Cedars as well as decidious trees. I'm hoping to pop out to a roosting spot in the area to track them down again. Last year I looked for Saw Whet without much success. Great LEO pics!