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Great Horned Owl
Jean Durepos

Great Horned Owl

Eastern Ontario

View in conjuction with image 808 ec - left eye and part of face is partly obliterated due to pine branches - after loosing his grip and nearly obliged to have to fly off the branch, regains his composure and decides to return to the pine trunk, which is commonly used as a form of support, especially during siesta time.


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January Grey13-Sep-2009 03:33
Good that it didn't get its wings caught in those branches. Beautiful catch, Jean. V~