Snowy Owl Female in the wild

 
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Snowy Owl Female, at Boundary Bay, BC Canada 9 February 2006, close to home.

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Guest - Feb 18, 2006 12:11 PM EDT
lol, Austin, hadn't noticed about Georgia. amazing how habits "stick", right. thanks for the comments
Guest - Feb 18, 2006 08:48 AM EDT
Ha ha! I put I'm in georgia again. I think you did a great job of cropping this one. Its a wall hanger for sure!
Guest - Feb 18, 2006 03:02 AM EDT
thanks a lot, Austin. there's so much of those logs around that had to crop a load out : )
Guest - Feb 17, 2006 08:18 PM EDT
Beautiful shot! The weathered wood she's sitting on really add to the photo.
Guest - Feb 15, 2006 03:03 PM EDT
am pretty sure that's what happened Fella, to the owls where you are. maybe they came up here : ) thanks both of you, Carol and Fella
Guest - Feb 15, 2006 03:32 AM EDT
Gorgeous Bird!!! Carol
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 10:15 PM EDT
ahhhhhhh maybe .the baldies came down from the upper river after feasting on spawned out salmon ..down to my neck of the woods ..may have scared them away ..i heard of a few around but never could find them ..yes indeedy baldies might of scared them away ...fella
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 08:15 PM EDT
many thanks Janice and Fella, glad you like these. Was wondering if you had any down your way, Fella. maybe all those baldies keep them away? These guys were sure watching overhead for the baldies flying over while we were there
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 07:54 PM EDT
wow great shot ..wow ..love it ..heard of one around here ..last month ..but never could find him .might be the one that was here ..those feathers are stunning ..but a great shot love it .. ..hes going to feel right at home with this weekend chill coming..fella
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 07:12 PM EDT
That is the first thing I saw was that eye looking or winking at you. Great shot
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 04:42 PM EDT
thanks very much Alex, glad you like it, and also Susan, thankyou also for looking and leaving a nice comment. always appreciated
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 04:40 PM EDT
Hi Joan, thanks for taking time to look and leave a comment. Interesting your remark about how the females of the Snowies seem more handsome, as had been thinking along the same lines, infact initially was confused as to which was which, for that reason. as you say, it's usually the males in the bird species who are brighter coloured.
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 03:48 PM EDT
Just love the Snowy Owls ...as usual in the animal kingdom the males are considered the most handsome ...in this case I beg to differ, but !!! they are truly beautiful male or female. Thank you Alandra .
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 03:11 PM EDT
Great looking bird, lovely shot. Love the different shades in the feathers.
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 02:52 PM EDT
Ayuh, you have gone and done it again.WOW!!WOW!!WOW!!
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 11:36 AM EDT
thanks Mary, yes, was happy to find this one amongst the many I took. really looks as if she's watching me : ) I imagine their eyesight is amazing. They all kept turning their heads and staring at the photographers on the dyke road, even the owls that were closer to the water. they just continually rotate their heads
Guest - Feb 14, 2006 11:13 AM EDT
To get the eye like that is wonderful!

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