Sunday, April 3, 2011

Barred Owl

The principal prey of this owl are meadow voles, squirrels, birds, amphibians and reptiles.
The small preys are swallowed whole and the biggest are ripped.

The bird cleans his beak against a big branch


  1. Superbe cette série! Est-ce un écrueuil roux qu'elle dévore ?

  2. Merci beaucoup !!!
    Oui, c'est un écureuil roux.

  3. I just recently saw your blog, lost it and then saw it again and added it to my side bar today, so that I shall not mis[place it again;)
    Barred Owls along with Great Greys are my favorite Owl species and I really love the images that you have posted...what beauty even in the taking of prey...they do what nature sings~

  4. Yes, the nature is so beautiful !!
    Thank you Mary !!

  5. What a terrific series! I love owls, but have yet to see one in the wild.

  6. Hi Dominique! Found you from OBN. We have these wonderful owls at our place in Texas. Love them! You got some fantastic photos! Will enjoy following you!

  7. wow, those are excellent shots, we just try a project with the owl, which is very rare
    An incubator we have grown and are now waiting impatiently whether the box is assumed.
    regards Frank


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