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One of Florida's smallest owls, it averages nine inches in height with a wingspan of 21 inches.
The burrowing owl lacks the ear tufts of the more familiar woodland owls.
But they will appear at any time of the day so keep watching!
Q: Why is there a fence around the owls and why are they so close to the road? A: Typically burrowing Owls breed in the winter from January to March but these owls have been known to breed throughout the year and raise multiple broods.
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Wait and watch or check back often and you'll be sure to see them! A: The yellow post is actually a T-shaped perch that the owls can use for increased elevation to survey their surroundings. A: Burrowing Owls are most active at dawn and dusk so mornings and late afternoons are the best time to view them.The webcam is mounted in a nearby tree, which is why the camera is often moving: it's being blown by wind.