The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food.

A parent great horned owl on a nearby tree keeps a wary eye on the area around the tree where it's two fledgling's were sitting in on Honeymoon Island Monday morning 4/2/2018. The two babies, popular with area bird watchers and photographers, had hatched out in January and fledged from the nest over a week ago. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
A parent great horned owl on a nearby tree keeps a wary eye on the area around the tree where it's two fledgling's were sitting in on Honeymoon Island Monday morning 4/2/2018. The two babies, popular with area bird watchers and photographers, had hatched out in January and fledged from the nest over a week ago. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
Seen in early February at about three weeks of age a baby great horned owl stands up in it's nest. - A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. - Great horned owls don't build their own nests but acquire them from another bird. They incubate their eggs about a month and the babies will learn to fly around nine weeks after hatching. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
Seen in early February at about three weeks of age a baby great horned owl stands up in it's nest. - A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. - Great horned owls don't build their own nests but acquire them from another bird. They incubate their eggs about a month and the babies will learn to fly around nine weeks after hatching. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
At about four weeks of age two baby great horned owls are visible in their Honeymoon Island nest. - A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
At about four weeks of age two baby great horned owls are visible in their Honeymoon Island nest. - A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
Around five weeks old two great horned owl babies cuddle on the edge of their nest on Honeymoon Island. A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
Around five weeks old two great horned owl babies cuddle on the edge of their nest on Honeymoon Island. A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
About seven weeks old a pair of great horned owl babies are seen in their nest on Honeymoon Island. About two weeks later they flew from their nest (fledged) but are still nearby being fed by their parents. - A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)
About seven weeks old a pair of great horned owl babies are seen in their nest on Honeymoon Island. About two weeks later they flew from their nest (fledged) but are still nearby being fed by their parents. - A pair of great horned owls have raised two babies on Honeymoon Island this year. The two owlets and their parents have been popular with area bird watchers and photographers. The babies hatched out in January and fledged from the nest in late March. Their parents aren't far away though, keeping an eye on them and bringing food. (Jim Damaske, Tampa Bay Times)