Owls

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After the speed and agility of the falcons, the owls provided a complete contast, swooping low, slow and silently.

Eurasian Eagle Owl

200mm 1/4000sec f2.8  (ISO 800)

The owls swooped low, slow and silently. 

200mm 1/5000sec f2.8  (ISO 800)

 

200mm 1/4000sec f2.8  (ISO 800)

 

200mm 1/4000sec f2.8  (ISO 800)

 

200mm 1/2000sec f2.8  (ISO 800)

 

200mm 1/5000sec f2.8  (ISO 800)

In level flight, this owl looks very much like a glider 

200mm 1/4000sec f2.8  (ISO 800)

Owls heads are remarkably mobile, allowing it to look and listen in any direction without the rustle of turning around. 

Barn Owl

200mm 1/640sec f5.6 -1/3 stop (ISO 800)

The Barn Owl is the most common owl around the world, but nevertheless leaves a striking impression. 

200mm 1/1000sec f5.6 -1/3 stop (ISO 800)

 

200mm 1/1600sec f5.6 -1/3 stop (ISO 800)

 

200mm 1/800sec f5.6 -1/3 stop (ISO 800)

 

200mm 1/1000sec f5.6 -1/3 stop (ISO 800)

Another tasty morsel gratefully received, 

Burrowing Owl

200mm 1/2000sec f2.8  (ISO 400)

 

200mm 1/1250sec f2.8  (ISO 400)

The tiny Burrowing Owl makes its nest..., well, see if you can guess. 

200mm 1/1250sec f2.8  (ISO 400)

 

200mm 1/1600sec f2.8  (ISO 400)

 

Spectabled Owl

200mm 1/3200sec f2.8  (ISO 400)

 

200mm 1/2000sec f2.8  (ISO 400)

 

Ural Owl

200mm 1/2500sec f2.8 -1/3 stop (ISO 400)

 

200mm 1/1000sec f2.8 -1/3 stop (ISO 400)

 

200mm 1/1600sec f2.8 -1/3 stop (ISO 400)

 

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