Great Gray Owl flights and perches in Bragg Creek
I had a great morning earlier this week watching this female Great Gray Owl. She flew to several perches as she moved from the forest into the open meadows nearby.
She was watching for quite a while at each stop. She seemed pretty relaxed, without any great urgency to hunt.
Down the field, the sun was reaching into the trees. The light that got through was really beautiful.
I’m hoping to hang out again over the weekend. We’ll see if she is thinking the same thing.
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This entry was posted on May 31, 2012 by Christopher Martin. It was filed under Owls, Wildlife and was tagged with alberta, animals, BIF, bragg creek, Canada, flight, flying, forest, Great Grey Owl, nature, owls, raptors, spring, strix nebulosa, wildlife photography.