BARRED OWL

February 2022: Barred Owl carved from Birch

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Birch - February 2022

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Birch - February 2022

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Birch - February 2022

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August 2018: Barred Owl carved from Birch

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Birch - March 2021

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June 2018: Barred Owl carved from Walnut.

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Walnut - June 2018

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Walnut - June 2018

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Walnut - June 2018

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November 2017: Barred Owl carved from Birch.

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Birch - November 2017

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Birch - November 2017

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Birch - November 2017

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November 2013: Barred Owl carved from Basswood.

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Basswood - November 2013

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Basswood - November 2013

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Basswood - November 2013

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October 2013: Barred Owl carved from Basswood left with a natural finish to highlight the beautiful wood grain.

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Basswood - October 2013

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Basswood - October 2013

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from Basswood - October 2013

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June 2013: Barred Owl carved from White Pine.

Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from White Pine - June 2013

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from White Pine - June 2013

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Barred Owl
Barred Owl

Carved from White Pine - June 2013

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Barred Owl

The Barred Owl’s hooting call, “Who cooks for you? Who cooks for you-all?” is a classic sound of old forests and treed swamps. But this attractive owl, with soulful brown eyes and brown-and-white-striped plumage, can also pass completely unnoticed as it flies noiselessly through the dense canopy or snoozes on a tree limb. Originally a bird of the east, during the twentieth century it spread through the Pacific Northwest and southward into California.