Scretch Owl
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Scretch Owl
· Date: Sun 1-October-2017 · Views: 1944 · Filesize: 103.0KB, 436.0KB · Dimensions: 1800 x 1182 ·
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Wed 26-December-2018 01:44

Just terrific! Very good job.
Gaduf


Location: Dowerglen ZA
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Wed 26-December-2018 04:40

Superb capture,Bob. Congratulations! Regards Gavin
bcfoto


Location: NY US
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Wed 26-December-2018 08:50

Wow! Fantastic!
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Location: Frederick MD US
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Wed 26-December-2018 09:06

Great image Bob! Is this from the National Zoo?
Aviatorbumm


Location: Naperville IL US
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Wed 26-December-2018 07:39

I REALLY love this photograph. Well done indeed!
Z1ggy


Location: WA AU
Sat 29-December-2018 01:41

Great pic but I reckon it's a Screech owl Smile
Travjohn


Location: Boone, NC NC US
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Sun 30-December-2018 03:36

What kind of owl?
RockvilleBob


Location: Lewes DE US
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Sun 30-December-2018 06:38

Thank you for all the kind comments. Even a blind squirrel finds an occasional acorn. This was shot at a Birds of prey outing.
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Location: Lehigh Acres FL US
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Sun 30-December-2018 10:11

Only one word comes to mind,excellent
IbisH


Location: Miami FL US
Sun 30-December-2018 10:11

Love this photo!
gregwall


Location: Charlottesville VA US
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Sun 06-January-2019 07:43

What a great shot! I am always looking for owls, but seldom find them.