Snowy owl

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  1. zombiesniper

    zombiesniper Furtographer Extraordinaire! Supporting Member

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    Suppose I should shoot at least one this month. lol

    [​IMG]Snowy by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr


     
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  2. Dean_Gretsch

    Dean_Gretsch Always looking... Supporting Member

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    Sure you should. Just go right ahead and rub it in Mister!;)
    Lol, seriously, very nice. I had an Ebird alert the other day that one was spotted in my county, but of course I still have yet to see my first. Sigh.
     
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    zombiesniper Furtographer Extraordinaire! Supporting Member

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    Thanks.

    Need to come up for a visit next Feb. We always have a room. We'll get you enough snowy's.
     
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    Pfft..Snowy's are so yesterday! But nice shot anyways.
     
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    Thanks. lol
     
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    You be quiet too Mister. What happened to that thing we had for a bit where I saw something and then you did? That should be reciprocal!:biglaugh:
     
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    Nice shot. I always find their eyes very fascinating. I am also surprised that they haven't left for the North yet - soon I suppose.

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    Thank you.

    We have about another 3 weeks to a month up here before they leave.
     
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    BrentC Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    There was an article recently about the GTA being inundated with Snowy's this year. It seems their food source is scarce in the north this year so they have moved farther south. Also the reason we saw them earlier this year. I am wondering if they are going to be sticking around longer this year. My uncle who lives just outside Sudbury, about 3.5 hours north of me, says they usually see a lot of Snowy's but this year nothing.

    I have heard the lemming population is down this year.
     
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    Beautiful Shot.
     
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    Thanks. Maybe the fact that we have had so much snow this year explains why there haven't been too many seen here. I just thought maybe they left early, as it is the middle of February and they haven't stayed too much beyond that in past years.

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