Probably, this owl will be named by somebody out there as Explore.org watches 24/7 for babies to hatch and flight school to begin.

Denver Holt, director of the Owl Research Institute in Charlo, tells the Associated Press that he thinks there are four or five eggs in the nest, which is in some willow thickets in Montana. Holt has banded over 1,700 owls in his organization's 27 years.

He said he has never been able to see the nighttime nest activities. With explore.org's infrared camera, we'll all be able to see. The website is underwritten by the Annenberg Foundation in California.