Gotta tell you: I spend an awful lot of time reading information on web sites. I’ve just spent an hour trying to gain information about an owl that was quite vocal about 5 o’clock this morning. From my recent search, I suspect it was a Great Horned Owl. The call I heard doesn’t quite match the descriptions on the web but all the information suggests this is an ideal habitat for them. Reading about their diet leads me to acknowledge that I have prepared a banquet table for Great Horned Owls. They eat birds, rabbits, and squirrels (to name only a few). With nine (9) miscellaneous types of bird seed feeders, I attract a wide variety of song birds. In addition, I have a suet feeder for the Woodpeckers, mealworm feeder for the Bluebirds, and two (2) Hummingbird feeders. I have five (“yes” 5) feeders dedicated specifically for squirrels. Cottontail rabbits eat alfalfa pellets from a dog dish on my patio. I have two (2) bird baths to supply water to my critters. Until today, I did not know that I have a smorgusbord of food for birds of prey. It makes me sad to think that one of my backyard visitors might have become dinner for an owl.