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Parker River National Wildlife officials have closed off access to the observation area where this great horned owl was discovered in hopes of protecting the raptor and her eggs. The nesting area in a grove of pine trees is obscured, but the mother owl can be seen in a horizontal position, her banded tail feathers sticking out to the left, her right wing in the center and her "horns," tufts of feathers on her head, sticking straight up.

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