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Baby owl camouflaged in mother's feathers.

It was only when the photographer looked at this picture later that she spotted this great horned owl had a baby, tucked tightly into the feathers on its tummy. It was taken by wildlife photographer Marina Scarr in Fort De Soto Park, Florida

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fat-birds: “ Saw-Whet Owl. We’ve got lovely owl, angry owl, and now, anxious owl. ” my spirit animal.

Owls I LOVE the expression on the bottom owl! So great!

Native American Art photo of owls in tree the bottom owl looks so sad :(

"African Wood-Owl, occurs across Africa, south of the Sahel, occupying a variety of woodland & forest habitats."

African Wood Owl (Strix woodfordii) is a medium-sized owl with dark eyes and no ear tufts. It lives in Africa from Senegambia to Sudan and south to Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, and on the east coast to South Africa.

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A Tengmalm's owl young (South Finland) ~ All the beautiful birds out there and I always fall for the owls.

Spotted Wood Owl (by: Grandpa@50)

The Spotted Wood Owl (Strix seloputo) is an owl of the earless owl genus, Strix. Its range is strangely disjunct; it occurs in many regions surrounding Borneo, but not on that island itself.

Northern Saw Whet Owl

And beautiful. Northern Saw Whet Owl photographed by Lise De Serres. by carolyn

Northern Saw-Whet Owl #Owl  A small owl, about the size of a robin, with no ear tufts, a white face, and streaked wings.

Northern Saw-Whet Owl - A small owl, about the size of a robin, with no ear tufts, a white face, and streaked wings.

Tawny Owl.

Tawny Owl (Brown Owl) - Strix aluco - Commonly found in woodlands across Eurasia, this strictly nocturnal owl is of the family Strigidae. Capable of catching smaller owls, the Tawny owl is itself vulnerable to the eagle owl and the Northern goshawk

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Today we have collected awesome collection of wild animal photography. The wild animal photography i.

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