Wednesday, 18 March 2009

Back to Barney

Returned Monday evening to the new Barn Owl location to find the owl was there again hunting over the fields adjoining this quiet country lane. I used the car as a hide and was able to obtain some more superb images without disturbing the owl too much. I stayed for half an hour or so and was well pleased with the results. I returned again the following evening but after a wait of over an hour there was no sign of the barn owl, he was obviously hunting elsewhere, and would probably return after I had departed. Three images of this superb barn owl hunting are shown.


  1. WOW Brian......simply excellent and a joy to view. No need to say more.


  2. Hi friends,

    The Barn owl is the most widely distributed species of owl and one of the most widespread of all birds. Its head and upper body typically vary between a light brown and a light coloured and dark grey feathers in most subspecies. Thanks for sharing it........

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