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|date of photo Jul 10, 2010
location Butterfly Valley Botanical Area (Plumas County, California, US)family Strigidaehabitat Dense conifer forestnotes I was hiking with two companions in a deep ravine, looking for carnivorous plants, when I turned to see this owl drop silently to a branch at my eye level. It is the first Spotted Owl I ever saw. We watched each other for twenty minutes before it flew away. I was nearly in tears.photo category: Animal - Bird
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