Watch Live: Great Horned Owl prepares for owlets in Oklahoma City nest

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OKLAHOMA CITY– There is an unexpected baby-watch taking place in the metro.

A Great Horned Owl has made a nest in the window-box of an Oklahoma City family.

Jeff and Deziray Click live in the Rose Creek addition in northwest Oklahoma City.

However, for the several years in a row, a mother owl has roosted in a window box outside of the Click’s theater room.

The original mother owl was killed but a new female has taken up roost and is sitting on eggs.

The Click’s daughter Alessondra  named the original pair “Mr. & Mrs. Tiger” because their markings looked like a tiger’s.

The new owl was named Altera, which is Latin for second or alternative.

Altera did abandon her two remaining eggs shortly after this post.

She has returned to a second nest at the Click’s home but without a sign of commitment.

We will follow the story of Mr T and Altera.

The Clicks say they believe in every experience adding educational value to your life and want you to be able to learn through this camera just as Alessondra has.




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