Let's make the owl photo thread started by JaniceL an annual tradition. Post your owl shots taken in 2014 here along with a narrative of when/where/how
At 62 pages, the original (2013) Edmonds wildlife thread was getting a bit cumbersome.
Saturday (11/15/14) my son and I stopped at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge while on the way to visit my parents in Vancouver.
A new image has been posted to the photo gallery:
Taken at Titlow Park pond 11/15/14.
I'm pretty sure I got this ID right.
CC is welcome.
Spent the day at George Reifel today and came away with what could be on my all-time favorites list. I shot several as they were incoming and outgoing
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What a great time that was! Great shots, Joe!
Speaking of 2012, I had the pleasure of enjoying 36 Snowies within 200 yards of my vehicle on January 10, 2012. I had a great digiscoping day with good
There was one that already made it to Oklahoma this year, but it was soon struck and killed by a vehicle.
It's been a couple years since
Thanks, Joe and Chad! Chad, They show up in cycles of every few years. The last really big 'irruption' here was in 2012. There was a smaller event
It has been reported that snowy owl irruptions occur in the lower 48 states about once every 4-5 years. This is the third year out of the past four that
I envy you guys for these shots. I have yet to even take pictures of a Snowy owl. How often do they show up around there?
There was a report
They'd be tough to find around Buffalo!
Great shot, Terry!
After waiting for some time, I managed this shot....
I had stopped there shortly before you called me for an update.
Sweet! Thanks for the update, Bill. I've been waiting to hear if we'd get any this winter after missing out last year. Looks like the east coast and
Great shots. Glad to see they are moving south now.
Wow Bill, beautiful images! Love the colors and contrast you captured with the late afternoon lighting.
ISO 3200, exp -0.3, 1/100 sec, 240mm
Super coverage, Bill.
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