Owls are some of the most fascinating creatures, and they are spotted often all over the Hudson Valley.

I think my love for owls started, I can honestly say, as a kid growing up watching the 1981 movie Clash of the Titans starring Harry Hamlin and Burgess Meredith when the adorable owl Bubo made an appearance. I thought he was just the coolest.

A recent stop at the Trever Zoo in Millbrook, NY with my girlfriend was definitely highlighted by seeing the owls up in the trees of the grounds. About a week ago, an injured owl was rehabilitated and released in the Hudson Valley area, and it seems like we've been seeing a lot of owl activity in general around these parts as of late.

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Owl Loves Visiting Wappingers Falls Woman

Photo credit: Dawn Weber
Photo credit: Dawn Weber
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Dawn Weber is a Wappingers Falls resident and owner of a few popular Dutchess County area bars (The Hopewell Inn, Monkey Maghees, and Whiskey Jack's).

One beauty seems to love Dawn's property so much, that she visits often, stopping by at least 2 to 3 times a day. And the owl is quite a magnificent sight! Weber took to social media and her Facebook page to post about the beautiful creature.

Dawn shared some other photos with us of the beautiful property she lives on and we can see why the owl would find it so charming.

Photo credit: Dawn Weber
Photo credit: Dawn Weber
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Here you can see the majestic owl perched comfortably right outside Dawn's window. You can also see the owl propped in one of her trees as well. Dawn doesn't know exactly why the owl continues to visit her so closely every day, but the awesome photos definitely seem like it's worth it.

Photo credit: Dawn Weber
Photo credit: Dawn Weber
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A Trip to the Trevor Zoo in Millbrook

Forget the Bronx Zoo, take a trip to this hidden zoo in the Hudson Valley located right in Millbrook. View and learn about 80+ animals from all over the world at this 6-acre spot. Established in 1936, the Trevor Zoo is the only zoo in the U.S. located at a high school. Take a look at the Trevor Zoo map to see who you could run into.

Gallery Credit: Meaghan Cameron

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