I clicked on the picture to enlarge it -such a majestic bird and such a good picture!vickie
It ran off and didn't fly? I love owls. We used to have burrowing owls but the foxes moved in and ate them one by one. It is a lovely picture.You have such neat wild life where you live.
No, I meant it flew off back into the woods. :)Wow. Burrowing owls must be neat. I've seen photos but that's all.
Oh NEAT!I have a Great Horned Owl living around here that watches us...but have never seen this kind! They don't even look close to the same:)And here I used to think an Owl just looked like an Owl;)(Guess I better study up;)Great capture!
Had a Great Horned calling this morning when I left the house for work.
I've never seen a Great Horned Owl, but we get a lot of these Barred Owls here. They're not shy at all and are often seen during the day. Plus they call and bark and squawk a lot.
You were lucky to get that shot.
That is such a nice shot. I have heard owls on our farm a few times, but have not seen one. I would love to.
HI there, just saw your blog from Small Town Life. First of all--your squirrel header is just awesome. We love squirrels and have a neat entry about a rescued squirrel on our farm. The barred owl is an amazing shot. Owls are so beautiful and hard to get pictures--great job :)Amy
oh wow, what a good shot! would love to see an owl but only hear them here on our farm. you have a great sense of humor...turtle pancakes! lol....pretty good!
Is it unusual to see them in the day time? We have a great horned owl that sits on our light post every night, waiting for one of our hens to get out of the coop -- they'd actually have to wake up first! Great photo -- good eye!
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