Gliding high over a marshy area in the Serengeti in Tanzania, Africa, this Eagle Owl (Bubo Lacteus) in the largest of African owls. It’s named the Verreaux Eagle Owl, after a French naturalist, Jules Verreaux.

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  • lynn carter
    lynn carter11 months ago

    awesome capture Phil xx

  • thank very much lynn

    – phil decocco

  • jozi1
    jozi111 months ago

    Cool shot,Phil :)

  • many thanks tony for your comment

    – phil decocco

  • Shulie1
    Shulie111 months ago

    Fabulous shot, Phil

  • shulie
    thanks for that! It was great seeing this big bird

    – phil decocco

  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Stratton11 months ago

    A definite ‘keeper’, Phil. Beautiful. :-)

  • pete
    many thanks my friend for that!

    – phil decocco

  • Ellanita
    Ellanita11 months ago

    What a wonderful shot Phil……..

  • ellanita
    thanks for the kind words on this one!

    – phil decocco

  • jessiejoe
    jessiejoe11 months ago

  • JJ
    Many thanks for this feature!

    – phil decocco

  • jozi1
    jozi111 months ago

  • Tony
    Thanks for this selection! Wonderful visit, full of great photo ops!

    – phil decocco

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