I've Got Your Back Side is a Burrowing Owl watching guard over her owlets in the burrow on the ground below the tree. Printed to metallic paper, mounted to alluminum and attached to a museum mount, this will be a beautiful addition is any home.

Dimensions: 16 x 20 inches

I've Got Your Back Side Metallic

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  • Burrowing Owls actually live in burrows underground. They take over old prairie dog or other rodent mounds, culvers, drainage tile, or even rain wash cracks in the gound. They are incredibly social birds that enjoy community living. Owl homes can be right next to each other, and they freely enter each den without incident. The adult pictured here is watching over her nest on the ground below because it has five (we believe) owlets inside that aren't ready to face the world independently.

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