Eastern Screech Owl by Kathy Baccari

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Photo taken in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA.

Camera: Nikon D7100
Lens: Nikon 70 – 300mm
ISO: 400

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Thank you for viewing my work. All comments and favorites are appreciated. Because of time, I am unable to respond to comments, but will visit your galleries in return.

*Blessings, Kathy :)

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  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppabout 1 year ago

    Very nice work

  • Thanks so much for accepting Larry. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotabout 1 year ago

    Great capture of this beautiful little owl! How did you get so close!

  • Thanks so much for the kind comment Dot. It is much appreciated. You wouldn’t believe how many photographers and people in general this little guy was letting close to it Dot. He picked a home in a tree right in the middle of a 3 week Christmas celebration at one of the Botanical Gardens. Thousands of people every night and this little guy is holding his ground. Sometimes, we just get lucky. So glad you enjoyed him. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • trish725
    trish725about 1 year ago

    Wonderful capture! :-)

  • Many thanks Trish for your kind comment. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Loree McComb
    Loree McCombabout 1 year ago


  • Many thanks Loree for your kind comment. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Eivor Kuchta
    Eivor Kuchtaabout 1 year ago

    What a fantastic capture! I have never seen a Screech Owl in the wild yet, but would love to. That would be a Western Screech, not as colorful as your beautiful bird. Wonderful framing!

  • Thank you so much Eivor for the lovely comment. It is deeply appreciated. This was my very first time ever seeing a Screech owl and what a treat. They are so tiny and so cute. From what I understand, the Western and Eastern are both the same bird, but for some reason (probably diet) the Western is more gray than the Easterns reddish plumage. Either way, they are a joy to see. Hope you get that opportunity. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • lorilee
    lorileeabout 1 year ago

    A sweet capture . . . beautiful!!

  • Thank you so much Lorilee for your very kind comment. I appreciate it so much. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • CanyonWind
    CanyonWindabout 1 year ago

  • Thanks so very much Pops for this wonderful honor. It is very much appreciated. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • GemmaWiseman
    GemmaWisemanabout 1 year ago

  • Thank you so much Gemma. I am honored and delighted to be featured in the group. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • Tibby Steedly
    Tibby Steedlyabout 1 year ago

    Kathy, this is an absolutely beautiful capture.

  • Many thank Tibby. My very first time even seeing one of these cuties. I was so excited and surprised at how tiny they are. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

  • lorilee
    lorileeabout 1 year ago

    Congratulations!! Your WONDERFUL image is being
    FEATURED in the group, “Cover Shots!!”

  • Thank you so very much Lorilee for this wonderful honor. I’m so tickled. :)

    – Kathy Baccari

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