Barred Owl

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Bubu Pescar on February 22, 2010

Very beautiful. Greetings,Bubu!

((Ospr3y)) on February 22, 2010

Thank you, Bubu!

P_Taki on February 22, 2010

Your Owl is very nice too. I have never seen it.

Taki

((Ospr3y)) on February 22, 2010

It is a Barred Owl (Strix varia) It is found only in the Americas. Your owl we have here also. But they are not found in my neighborhood. I am glad you liked this one of many of our native owls.

Kyle Wolff on February 23, 2010

Fantastic close up!

Great shot, Liam!

~ Kyle

Silvyp on February 23, 2010

Beautiful plumage Liam but the eyes looks sad. Maybe the owl doesn't like the winter?

Very nice capture as always!

Have a good night

Silvy

Paxdeena on February 23, 2010

Like the sunlight on his feathers,and Silvy is right;the owl looks sad!

Have a good day,

Greetings,

Joke.

joyfotos on February 23, 2010

Maybe he is sad because he is still going to school;>))

Another fantastic shot! I love owls.

Ma&Pa Moose on February 23, 2010

Ah Liam. They don't get much better than this unless it's one of your others. Owls hold a fascination for me too and I once had an uncle who collected anything and everything owl. I see you're making great use of the great lens on that SX20IS. The original of this must be fantastic. We like the way you have selected the upper half of the bird for presentation Ma & Pa Moose

John de Crom on February 23, 2010

Fantastic picture Liam.

Cleber C Ferreira on February 24, 2010

Fantastic shot, Liam!

Admin Kazemi آدمین … on February 24, 2010

nice shot..i like it

((Ospr3y)) on February 24, 2010

Thank you, Kyle!

Hello, Silvy. He was enjoying the day, it is winter but it is not cold. This is Georgia. ;-)

Thanks, Joke. I think it's because he does not want to do this show during the day when he wants to sleep. :)

LOL Joyfotos. I think you noticed it was in Georgia Southern University! It's the school my brother goes to. Thanks.

Thank you, Ma&Pa Moose. I really like owls too. I once had an Eastern Screech-Owl red morph nest in Kyle's kestrel box. And one time Kyle and I saw a Great Horned Owl in our backyard. So you uncle was a real Owl-dude huh? :) Well, I am loving the SX20IS, this was the first time I used it at the raptor center. It really paid off when taking pictures of the wild (some not wild) ducks there. I'll upload more photos soon. Thank you once again for the comment!

Thank you, John.

Thanks, Cleber. It's good to see you commenting!

Thank you, Admin. I will drop by your gallery in a few minutes!

Greetings from Augusta, Georgia!

liam...

Silvyp on February 26, 2010

I can't see these sad eyes!

Karel H. on February 27, 2010

Beautiful owl with dark eyes!

Cheers, Karel

sugarbag1 on February 28, 2010

Beautiful Photo Liam. I wonder why it was not asleep as it was mid afternoon.Such a beautiful feathers and markings.Y*. Kind Regards,David

((Ospr3y)) on March 2, 2010

It wants to sleep, Silvy.

Thanks, Hruby!

Thank you, Tonia!

It was not asleep because it had a flight show to do. It is an imprint owl, meaning it's captive and the first being it saw was a human, making the human its "mother". Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting

liam...

MioaraP on March 21, 2010

Very beautiful !

Kind regards, Maria.

Anna Popova (Annushk… on March 24, 2010

Very good picture!

Greetings from Ukraine. Anna

Zsuzsanna Bánfalvi on March 25, 2010

Very beautiful!!!!!! natuska from hungary

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 22, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by ((Ospr3y))
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot SX20 IS
    • Taken on 2010/02/20 15:08:54
    • Exposure: 0.004s (1/250)
    • Focal Length: 69.38mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO125
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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