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Movement in the Long-eared Owl Nest

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An alert long-eared owl. (explore.org)

Viewers of the explore.org webcam, set up at a Montana nest of a long-eared owl, noticed some activity this weekend. Some of the baby owls were making an appearance.

Researchers will be watching closely now, since the camera is set up to view night activities in the infrared. They hope to discover unseen nocturnal activities of the bird. Of course, you can watch any time of the day or night, too.

This is one of two owl cams set up in Montana right now. There are plenty of viewing opportunities at the Explore website.

Long-eared Owl Webcam is here

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