BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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EASTERN SCREECH OWL

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Eastern ScreechAt the reserve we go to most often, we’ve seen barred, great horned and eastern screech owls. We see eastern screech owls most often.  We usually hear of their presence from other photographers and then we go in search of them. Given their terrific camouflage, I’m always amazed when we do spot one.

42 thoughts on “EASTERN SCREECH OWL

  1. Beautiful shot Belinda!

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  2. He really does blend with the bark!

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  3. I like the WordPress theme you’re using, Belinda. Can you tell me what it’s called?

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  4. What an amazing photo. He just blends right in! Owls are my favorite birds.

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  5. This is an amazing photograph–congratulations! The composition is excellent, and I like that the one open eye sits right at a rule-of-thirds point and really draws your attention. I’ve never seen a Screech Owl, so this is very cool.

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  6. Sweet image, Belinda. I love seeing the green maple leaves in the background. Not too much longer before they unfurl once again!

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  7. Love it!! Great shot, Belinda! 💚

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  8. Wow, he picked the perfect perch to blend right in! That’s a great composition and the maple leaves make a lovely background.

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  9. Love! Owls are so fascinating to me.

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  10. Great eye spotting it, and wonderful image of it! I’ve never seen one.

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  11. Awesome shot, Belinda! Owls are definitely difficult to find for me!

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  12. Even when you know where they are… they are invisible.

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  13. Amazing and beautiful bird! 😍

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  14. I love the background bokeh!

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  15. People don’t often see them in the daytime. You’ve been very lucky. Nice photo too. It’s a real treat so see owls. We hear them a lot around our place (lots of trees), but we seldom see them.

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  16. Their camouflage is excellent.

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  17. Great shot Belinda – they’re adorable.

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