VIDEO: OWL CAM — Mrs. Tiger, Mr. Tiger, and two owlets

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(CNN) — While Rose Creek is an affluent golf course community in Oklahoma, it’s hardly the kind of nature preserve you might expect for a wild owl. Now, a mother owl has become part of an Oklahoma family.

CLICK HERE to view the Owl Cam via USTREAM.

They call her Mrs. Tiger, and you won’t see much of him, but there is a Mr. Tiger too — the baby-daddy.

“She thought because of her tiger stripes that Mrs. Tiger was an appropriate name,”┬áDeziray Click said.

This is not the first year the Tiger family of owls has roosted in a window box in Rose Creek.

“She has laid eggs for four years but has only set them for two years,” Click said.

The Click family set up a webcam last year. This year, they really ramped up their game with two HD cameras and a live feed on UStream.

With the webcam, the Clicks can watch from afar. Owl experts and bird rehab specialists are logging on too!

It has been quite the lesson for seven-year-old Alessondra.

“They look exactly the same but there’s one named Tiger Lilly and one named Tigers,” Alessondra said.

Alessondra is a home-schooled second grader, who’s becoming an owl expert herself.

Mrs. Tiger laid two eggs this year. Two owlets hatched last weekend.

The Clicks keep the stream live 24-hours a day — so you can watch Mister owl drop off dinner, and see Mrs. Tiger feed her babies.

CLICK HERE to view the Owl Cam on USTREAM.

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