Oswego’s snow owl

Here is another picture of Oswego’s snowy owl.  This time she was up in the tree and didn’t need to squint to look at me.  Those bright yellow eyes were something to behold staring down at me.  I received some more information on this bird today.  She is a juvenile female bird.  She is being tracked by Project SNOWstorm.  This is a group that researches snowy owls.  She was nicknamed Oswego and you can read more about her and the snowy owl research at projectsnowstorm.org

Oswego snowy owl
Oswego Snowy owl

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Lessons from a Senior Dog

Nancy Kieffer

Working as a pet photographer as well as volunteering in a rescue, I have been blessed with getting to know a number of senior dogs. While I lost my Midnight at a young age, I was very fortunate to have Shamus with me for many years. Shamus was my clown, but boy did he know how to live! His wisdom grew as the years pressed on. I learned that each day spent with my senior dog was a lesson on the importance of living in the present, cherishing our bond and embracing our everlasting friendship.