The Snowy Owl at first looked curious when the crows started harassing it.
The Snowy Owl hunkered down as crows harassed it.
Welcome back! I'm so happy to see you again! This is my first Snowy Owl sighting of this winter, earlier than in recent years.
Who's Watching Whom?
Barred Owl tucked away in the forest.
Barred Owl tucked away in the forest
Fly Like an Eagle
I want to fly like an eagle, to the sea
Fly like an eagle
Let my spirit carry me ~Steve Miller
Coming in for a Landing
Mute swan lands in Collingwood Harbour.
Taken at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy.
Coming in for a landing.
Conditions were perfect to catch the eagle's reflection as it skimmed across the pond.
Incredible wingspan on these majestic birds.
Great Horned Owl - Owlets
It is hard to be brave, when you're only a Very Small Animal.
~A. A. Milne
Life is so much more friendly with two.
~A. A. Milne
Sometimes,' said Pooh, 'the smallest things take up the most room in your heart. ~A. A. Milne
I think this is the same pair of mute swans I followed last year, They appear to be staking out the same territory although it is quite changed this Spring.
Today's blustery winter weather didn't deter this male Snowy Owl from catching a few winks atop a utility pole.
I spent several hours watching this beautiful snowy owl late yesterday afternoon. Hunting was good. She caught several voles in that time.
Good Night Sweet Lady!
I spent several hours yesterday afternoon with this beautiful female Snowy Owl. As I drove off I glanced back in the rear view mirror and saw the moon behind her. I had to pull over for one last shot!
Bald Eagle skims over a frozen pond.
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