A Great horned owl’s flyby
I found this Great horned owl and her mate flying around a long line of trees on the edge of a farm field east of High River. On this flight she flew at eye level, very close to where I had my camera and lens setup on a tripod. Too close to fit the whole bird in the frame but I was happy to get a sharp image.
This entry was posted on May 1, 2016 by Christopher Martin. It was filed under Nature and was tagged with BIF, bird, Bubo virginianus, Canada, flying, Great Horned Owl, High River, owl, prairie, wildlife photography.
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