The Daily Journal Reporter's Notebook had a cute squib yesterday that noted
An adult Great Horned Owl is flying free again--albeit with one sighted eye. The Peninsula Humane Society and SPCA treated the owl after it was found in a San Francisco backyard with blood pooling in both eyes likely caused by head trauma. The left eye was permanently blinded but the right eye regained sight after more than a month of care. PHS officals say the owl will be fine with only one good eye because due in part to assymetrical ear positions on the head it is able to perceive depth and hunt accurately.
Now that is cool on its own and it reminded me that we had a big hawk land in our yard this week with a roof rat in his claws. The hawk and the owl are welcome at my place anytime!