Forest Owlet

The forest owlet is an endangered species of owl that lives in central India. The species was first discovered in 1873, but nobody saw it again after 1884 — so they assumed it was extinct. The bird was rediscovered in 1997 and has since been found in numerous locations. The population of forest owlets is very small.

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  1. Hi. I just want to say thanks for all the beautiful photos that you post. I especially liked the Christmas Frigatebird and the Kakapo. They are both adorable. Thanks again.

  2. Thanks for sharing – we would never have seen these special birds if you had not. Keep up the good work!!!

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