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Jul 03, 2012 19:27 as a reply to  @ post 14666320 |  #16

Again thanks for the wonderful comments. Appreciate it.


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Jul 04, 2012 05:41 |  #17

You did very well..i love owls....i have often thought about that Sigma lens,,but just can,t find the extra cash to buy it, Ron




  
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Jul 05, 2012 00:28 as a reply to  @ Ronnie H's post |  #18

So I had to go back for more shots tonight. I got an extra bonus however! 4 immature young Long eared owls who happen to belong to the same owl I got the other day, These little fellas were skiddish. Going from one tree to the next and would screech and talk to each other. I wish I had Video :) Anyway, my light was fading in the woods and I was getting eaten alive by bugs. I did however get a shot of one of the young ones with a mouse that Mom had just given it. Too cool.

This I am sure wont be the last of the Owls this year for me. We ended up seeing 8 Owls in total tonight. But poor lighting and fast flight proved to be too difficult to capture any decent shots.

Here is the above mentioned shot. Not my best work but for what the situation was I think it will do.

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