Sunriver Resort is surrounded by millions of acres of national forest land, hundreds of rivers and streams and miles of high desert country to the east. So wildlife sightings are extremely common here. But some creatures are a little more elusive than others, such as the Great Horned Owl. We received a good tip from one of our Facebook followers, James Barnett today on how to spot a tree with an owl in it. "Look at the ground. If you see an abnormal amount of shaved conifer cone, look up. There may be an owl."
Our Director of Agronomy spotted these two baby Great Horned Owls the other day in a tree near Crosswater.
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