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YOUR CLOVERDALE: First perch

A baby Barred owl emerged from its nest to perch on this branch earlier this year in Cloverdale. - J. Kelly photo
A baby Barred owl emerged from its nest to perch on this branch earlier this year in Cloverdale.
— image credit: J. Kelly photo

Reader J. Kelly witnessed not one but two of these baby Barred owls emerging from their nest earlier this year. This photo was taken during an evening walk in the Cloverdale area, and Kelly says the owls are a good reason to protect our greenspace.

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