Owls Real and Artistic

Brooklyn’s owls aren’t just wheat-paste works, but this piece of art is certainly easier to see. On Hall St. in Clinton Hill. Anybody know the artist?

An injured Saw-whet was found in Sea Gate last month and taken to the bird hospital.

And this fledgling Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus), one of two known to be born in Brooklyn last spring:

All my posts on owls local and far, including 2011’s Owl Week.

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