All photographs copyright (2003-2013) by Kris H. Light

This one-eyed Great Horned owl, injured when it was young, lives in an enclosure at Frozen Head and is used in ranger-led programs. It is not hard to understand why people who handle birds of prey have to wear heavy gloves! The owl's beak and talons wo...
This one-eyed Great Horned owl, injured when it was young, lives in an enclosure at Frozen Head and is used in ranger-led programs. It is not hard to understand why people who handle birds of prey have to wear heavy gloves! The owl's beak and talons would easily pierce the handler's skin and muscle.

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