c_losc Easter Sunset 9h

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c_losc Baby Great Horned Owl. Wishing all of you a Happy Easter. 16h

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c_losc The sunset last night from Rio Tinto Stadium. 23h

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c_losc Baby Owls are the coolest!! -Baby Great Horned Owl 2d

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c_losc It's Friday!!! Time to fly. Enjoy the memories with family and friends this weekend. 3d

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c_losc Don't you guys just love these little owls? Amazing little creatures so full of life. 4d

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c_losc A female Great Horned Owl that no longer fits in the crowed nest keeps a close eye on the owlets in a nearby tree. 4d

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c_losc The beauty of new life is beyond words regardless of the species. This is one of the three Great Horned Owl chicks in this nest. 5d

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c_losc A Female Great Horned Owl and 2 of the 3 owlets in this nest. 5d

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c_losc Blood Moon April 15th 2014. You can see Mars above it, only 9 degrees away from the moon. #bloodmoon #bloodmoon2014 #moon 6d

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c_losc The view from Lake Mountain in Utah is one to never forget. One of the many reasons to get out and explore the world around you. #seasonsandlandscapes 7d

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c_losc A Female Mallard Duck 7d

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c_losc Shot and edited with my iPhone somewhere in beautiful Utah. I forgot my iPhone had a camera... :) 1w

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c_losc Utah Lake at Sunset 1w

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c_losc Burrowing Owl 1w

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c_losc Peeking thru the tall grass. A picture filled with so much personality. 1w

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c_losc Just before the sun sets behind our mountains to the west we get a couple of minutes of this beautiful light only against our mountains to the east. It is such a great sight to see especially in spring when the white snow gets saturated with colors. 1w
  •   aaronofsalem Amazing beauty 1w
  •   mls_montoya I don't know if you've been to Albuquerque ever but our Sandia mountains were named for the watermelon pink they turn at sunset. (Sandia means watermelon in Spanish) It's my favorite part of the day. 1w
  •   shoshb So beautiful 1w
  •   fabearchi Stunning bro!!! @c_losc 1w
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  •   risabv This is incredible- love it! 1w
  •   goosewellgranny This is gorgeous 1w
  •   tbaakre Amazing 7d

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c_losc A Male Mallard Duck. 2w

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c_losc Habitat loss is the biggest problem Burrowing Owls face today. They are of special concern to biologists in many places around the world and I know my good buddy @jasonfitzgibbon has spent countless hours dedicated to these amazing creatures. I applaud the efforts here in my own state of people fighting for a small group of them in a close by town. As with all animals these owls have no voice if we do not step up and fight for their survival. 2w
  •   elaurano Seems as if your magnificent photos of them must provide much needed assistance to the effort to protect them. . . 2w
  •   bellabooski What can I do to assist? 2w
  •   laurendaley1 Love it 1w
  •   deerpond So true Carlos, as for many species. Ohio loses 5,000 acres per day of farmland and habitat:((( 1w
  •   timmorgan75 Excellent! 1w
  •   jasonfitzgibbon Great shot and comment Carlos! Keep taking these rad shots and getting the word out. Out my way we are lucky enough to have several laws/regulations that serve to protect these awesome little birds, sometimes to such an extent that they receive as much attention conservation-wise as threatened of even endangered species. If you ever find yourself at the City or County level, advocating for the protection of these and other birds, I recommend you take a look at the Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan from here in SoCal. It's a great example of how effective conservation measures for burrowing owls have been implemented at the County level. 1w
  •   khalebyordan Awesome!! 1w

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