Snowy Owl

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    Hello
    So i've got 4 cameras that can take video and I never do . I decided to try and teach myself how to take video . This is a clip a Snowy owl eating a duck ,likely a mallard and its a bit gruesome .
    I used all the wrong settings and have learned much more . It didnt turn out too bad and I was shoting through my 400 .
    I'm just posting this to show the size and power of this bird .
    Wildlife & Nature - surfinbird
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    Nice set of images...
     
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    thanks Jeff
     
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    Looks like the Yacht club at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. If it is that snowy made those docks its home all winter.
     
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    You sir are correct , unfortunately I dont have any prizes .
    There has been a female snowy at the park for the last few winters and a few long ears as well .
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    Do you know if the Long Ears nest there? Any idea where? I go there quite often through the year, in fact was there on Sunday enjoying the foggy morning.
     
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    As far as I know they just winter over , more likely nesting on the Leslie Street Spit .
     
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