It had been about almost two weeks since I had last photographed the nest. I think that it is important to make sure and give the wildlife enough space. If I went there to shoot too often I might interfere with the parents ability to hunt, which would probably mean less food for the young which might threaten their health. On my last trip all that I could see of the young was the top of a head. You can see from the pics above that they have grown quite a bit in the last 13 days. I am not sure how many young owls are in the nest. One is obvious but the nest is deep enough that there may be another sibling or two that is not visible. The last time that I watched them raise young was two years ago and they had three chicks that fledged that year.