BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

EASTERN SCREECH OWL (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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We took a walk recently along the edges of a local reserve; we haven’t walked its trails since Covid struck, the place is packed with people. The crowds must have driven this eastern screech owl out of the park and close to where we were walking. We’ve only seen these owls in daylight and usually looking half asleep 😏 .

46 thoughts on “EASTERN SCREECH OWL (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I love owls! This one has cool little ears. You have to be skilled to photograph them because they seem to hear everything and fly away at the slightest sound. Well done!

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  2. Good portraits. Owls often look so sleepy.

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  3. Owls are one of my favourite birds. Sadly they are not easy to see

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  4. Such a great picture! I love it!

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  5. Adorable, Belinda! I love these little birds and so glad you shared these sleepy views of him hiding in the leaves!

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  6. Awesome shots, Belinda! I love love love that eye light peek you got in the first shot!! 😊 I’ve never seen one of these owls, their coloring is gorgeous!

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  7. Good eye to catch this owl, Belinda – they are so good at hiding in plain sight!

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  8. How nice, Belinda!

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  9. 👏👏, so hard to catch these little guys. Well done. I hear them often but haven’t had a shot in a few years. Jealous 😃😃

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  10. Great sighting and what a beauty!

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  11. They’re not often seen in the daytime. What a thrill for you!

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  12. Great spotting, and great capture!

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  13. He’s so cute! Owls are mysterious and beautiful birds. ❤️

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  14. What an exciting find!! It’s wonderful, Belinda! I’ve never seen a Screech Owl. I’m doing a happy dance for you! 💃😀

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  15. Very nice Belinda! Always fun to see & photograph Owls!

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  16. Nice shots ! Covid was in may cases not good for wildlife….

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  17. What a fantastic sighting, Belinda!

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