This video says about itself:
A spotted eagle owl makes an evening visit to Pete’s Pond, Mashatu Game Reserve, Botswana, Africa, National Geographic, WildCam 12/14/08.
From Wildlife Extra:
Eagle owls bringing up a brood in a pot plant!
October 2010. A pair of Eagle Owls has had to adapt to urbanization and reduction of their natural habitat by nesting in a pot plant. With trees and other flora cut down to accommodate the growth of the sprawling metropolis of Johannesburg, the Eagle Owls were forced to leave their natural nesting habitat and find sanctuary in a pot plant on the balcony of Allan and Tracy.
On the 21st of August she laid 3 eggs that have now hatched and this is the story of how the pair of Spotted Eagle Owls are raising their chicks.
The Pot Plant Owl story is fully detailed on her official website www.potplantowl.co.za and the LIVE streaming video is brought to you in partnership with Africam.com.
To watch the live streaming video of the Eagle Owls and their chicks go to Africam.com.
Mexican Spotted Owl Recovery Plan Calls for Expanded Thinning to Restore Habitat, Reduce Severe Fire Risk: here.