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“The Barred Owl is a medium-sized gray-brown Owl streaked with white horizontal barring on the chest and vertical barring on the belly. They are round-headed with a whitish/brown facial disk with dark brown trim. The eyes are brown, and the beak is yellow and almost covered by feathers. They have a long tail. There is no difference in plumage between males and the larger females.” The Owl Pages

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  • Rick  Friedle
    Rick Friedleover 4 years ago

    Great collection

  • Thanks Rick

    – Michael Cummings

  • Kimberly Chadwick
    Kimberly Chadwickover 4 years ago

    Brilliant collection Michael! Great images, all of them!

  • Thank you Kimberly

    – Michael Cummings

  • Charmiene Maxwell-batten
    Charmiene Maxw...over 4 years ago

    I love owls!!! great shot!

  • Thank you Charmiene

    – Michael Cummings

  • Akkra
    Akkraover 4 years ago

    Beautiful collection Michael. I am pretending that I didn’t see the dead mouse though! (sniff) :o)

  • Sorry Akkra, but as feed on dead animals, so do the owls.

    – Michael Cummings

  • 1Nino
    1Ninoover 4 years ago

    Terrific collection !!

  • Thank you Anthony

    – Michael Cummings

  • Jan Cartwright
    Jan Cartwrightover 4 years ago

    What a wonderful collection of images! Some (all?) of these owls look as though they may be the same. Do you have a favorite model here?

  • They were in a provincial park all winter so we had many opportunities to photograph them, while they look similar they were not all the same owl

    – Michael Cummings

  • Franklin Lindsey
    Franklin Lindseyover 4 years ago

    Ah.. MIchael you are so lucky to have them Owls up there!

  • Yes, I agree, they are amazing to see, sometimes it pays to have cold winters

    – Michael Cummings

  • Kratos
    Kratosover 4 years ago

    Such magnificent birds! How do you find them in the daytime? I have heard many in local parks and have even had two swoop low over my head on two different evenings, but I have never been fortunate enough to actually photograph one.

  • Here Barred Owls are fairly common, being Diurnal hunters they are quite often seen in the daytime.

    – Michael Cummings

  • Josie Jackson
    Josie Jacksonover 4 years ago

    Another beauty Michael :o)

  • Thank you very much Josie

    – Michael Cummings

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 4 years ago

    Another fabulous wildlife calendar Michael!

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