Might have to copy and paste if the link does not work....well worth the effort.
BROTHERLY love is not only a human concept, as these two owlets proved to a surprised photographer.
With talons outstretched, a cheeky six-week-old burrowing owl swooped in and landed on the back of his distracted sibling.
In an uncharacteristic display of manly affection, the owl then tenderly nuzzled into his brother's cheek.
Wildlife photographer Rob Palmer, 57, captured the almost human display of affection while on the lookout for burrowing owl dens in Colorado.
Mr Palmer said there were six owlets in this brood and they would play together in the early morning.
Usually found in the dry, open areas of North and South America, these small, long-legged birds hunt for insects and small rodents during the day.
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The worst day camping still beats the best day working