An evening in the forest
The owls have been spoiling me over the past couple of weeks so please forgive yet another Great gray post with images from these most wonderful birds!
I found this owl hunting deeper in the forest and then worked the fence line on either side of the gravel road I was on in West Bragg. After a mouse there, it moved out of the shadows and into the late day sunlight filtering through the forest. These photographs cover that time where he flew between trees and dove into a couple of grassy spots. All the effort yielded two more field mice and some great opportunities for me. After another hour passed, he flew towards a field as the sun dipped behind the hills across the valley and I headed home.
This entry was posted on April 20, 2015 by Christopher Martin. It was filed under Bragg Creek, Nature, Owls, Wildlife and was tagged with animals, birds, flying, Great Gray Owl, nature, owls, raptors, strix nebulosa, wildlife photography.
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