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birds, birds of prey, ecology, great gray owl, nature, owl, wilderness, wildlife
I hope to see one of these in person one day.. The face and clarity on him is stunning~
We were so lucky last winter, there were close to 15 in our area. Their natural food supply was low up north so they needed to come down to survive. They don’t actually know what people are and you can walk right up to them within feet and they just ignore you.
– Michael Cummings
A beautiful capture!!!!! Wonderful!!
Both shots are awesome !!!
Superb! I wonder where you managed to capture him as I have great trouble finding them :)
Last winter there was a large amount of Northern Owls that frequented the Ottawa area. In the Dunrobin area there were six that made regular appearances daily. This happens every 4-7 years as the food sources go through their low period up north. So far this year it has been very slow and only major Owl population are the Barred Owls at Presqu’ile Provincial Park near Brighton Ontario. Amherst Island by Millhaven is another good area, last year again being exceptional. This year is slower in the Owl Woods.
Thx a lot for the places, I will try to find them :)
Beautiful photo of the Owl! Fantastic
Sorry Kathy I missed your comment. Thank you very much.
Thanks again Monte