Baby Birdorable: Barred Owl

If you think our Birdorable birds are cute as adults, what about when they are babies? Below are some baby photos (shared via Flickr) of the Barred Owl. Barred Owls incubate their eggs for 28 to 33 days. Chicks leave the nest at about four weeks but remain flightless until 35 to 40 days old. That allows for lots of cute brancher photos! Amy has a soft spot in her heart for Barred Owls, so there might be a slight overdose of cute baby photos below...

barred-owl-chick-6b by bmajoros
barred-owl-chick-in-rain by bmajoros
barred-owl-chicks by bmajoros
Fluffernutter by Minette Layne
barred-owl-chick-35 by bmajoros
barred-owl-chick-45 by bmajoros, on Flickr
barred-owl-chick-16tall by bmajoros
Hi There!
Hi There! by A. Drauglis Furnituremaker
barred-owl-adult-and-chick by bmajoros

Untitled by Minette Layne
Barred Owl Chick - Seward Park Seattle
Barred Owl Chick - Seward Park Seattle by 2thegalapagos
Barred Owl Chick - Seward Park Seattle
Barred Owl Chick - Seward Park Seattle by 2thegalapagos

Pretty cute, right? Be sure to check out our (adult) Birdorable Barred Owl gear!


little bird on October 21, 2010 at 12:52 PM wrote:
So cute! I still stand by what I said before, though, you should totally do elf owls!
Louise Warner on March 7, 2017 at 7:18 AM wrote:
Awesome! you should do the northern spotted owl from North America, it's kinda kicked out by the barred owl...

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