It takes some patience to find, and get a relatively clear view of an owl, especially when as in this case , this Great Horned Owl is snuggled up close to the tree trunk. Getting different views and coming back to the site after visiting other areas did afford us some success.

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There were more photos but turned out more branches than bird. I am happy that I finally saw his face.

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I think I like this one the best. Cropped of course.IMG_0332-2

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2 thoughts on “Patience for an Owl

  1. Oh that last shot! It may not be the best of the batch, but it sure punctuates the story. Like a raised eyebrow at the paparazzi! Owls are tough. So well camouflaged and so high up, so many tree limbs to content with! Well done.

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