Early in January, several diehard members of Seabrook Island Birders were able to find a pair of Great Horned Owls and their potential nest at the conservancy lot on Cat Tail Pond Road on Seabrook Island, SC. In the past several months, the owls have been re-sighted by a number of people, both from the conservancy lot and from the golf course. Then in early April, Joleen Ardaiolo & Bev Stribling were thrilled to see an owlet peaking out from the nest as they did their weekly Eastern Bluebird Box monitoring on the golf course!
Even in the times of coronavirus and quarantines, it can be exciting to view the beautiful nature of Seabrook Island!
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This just made my day! KOB🍀
It’s nice to get an update and learn that the owls have had a successful breeding season. Thank you for sharing the pictures. I miss all of you and can’t wait until we can all go birding again.
Until then, keep birding.