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Owls Taking Residence

A set of owl's are taking residence in a home in Texas
The Great Horned Owl has one of the largest breeding grounds in this hemisphere from the tundra of Canada and Alaska to the southern tip of South America. But one pair of birds has taken up residence in a brand new subdivision near Houston and they're quickly becoming the talk of the town.

Two baby owls have been perching on a two-story flower box above the neighborhood playground in the Cinco Ranch subdivision in Katy, Texas.

The families in the subdivision enjoy having the owls as part of the neighborhood, and it's a great example of living in harmony with the homeowner and the neighborhood.

There have been no reported incidents of the owls swooping down on the kids or pets in the neighborhood, and it seems like a great relationship between humans and animals.
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