Dave Bawden has a family of barred owls residing near his backyard, along Kanaka Creek. Among his fine-feathered friends is a baby owl that he’s still hoping to get better shots of in the coming weeks. “And yes, that is a rat” in the mouth of one owl. (Special to The News)

Dave Bawden has a family of barred owls residing near his backyard, along Kanaka Creek. Among his fine-feathered friends is a baby owl that he’s still hoping to get better shots of in the coming weeks. “And yes, that is a rat” in the mouth of one owl. (Special to The News)

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Dave Bawden has a family of barred owls residing near his backyard, along Kanaka Creek. Among his fine-feathered friends is a baby owl that he’s still hoping to get better shots of in the coming weeks. “And yes, that is a rat” in the mouth of one owl. (Special to The News)

Dave Bawden has a family of barred owls residing near his backyard, along Kanaka Creek. Among his fine-feathered friends is a baby owl that he’s still hoping to get better shots of in the coming weeks. “And yes, that is a rat” in the mouth of one owl. (Special to The News)