BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

EASTERN SCREECH OWL

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For the last few springs we’ve seen solitary screech owls in the reserve we visit. We’ll spot one in a tree hollow or on a nearby branch. As much as we checked this year none were about on our walks so I’m featuring an owl from 2016. The owls seem to favour the deep woods, and the leaves create quite a colour cast which I corrected in Lightroom using White Balance.

32 thoughts on “EASTERN SCREECH OWL

  1. Great image – why is it that owls are so appealing?

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  2. Wow, beautiful shot! Such lovely little birds, can’t wait to see one of them someday.

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  3. No wonder they are difficult to see with such wonderful camouflage.

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  4. Beautiful shot and composition. What a wonderful find.

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  5. Gorgeous markings – sweet capture, Belinda!

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  6. Wonderful, Belinda! 🙂

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  7. I love this photo, Belinda! I’m very much an owl fan, but you’ve really captured this one well.

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  8. What wonderful camouflage this owl has.

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  9. What a beautiful owl and how lucky to sometimes see them. Is it relatively small?

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