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|Tawny owls are the most common and widespread of British owls. They emit the characteristic courtship ‘twit-twooo’ which is actually a duet between male and female. Typically, tawny owls occupy a favourite perch in broadleaf woodlands, from which they drop on to unsuspecting small mammals, such as voles. The inedible remains are regurgitated in the form of a pellet. Labour is divided between breeding pairs since the female incubates the clutch of eggs, and the male is responsible for feeding the chicks once they hatch.|
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- [2015-01-21 7:59]
I really like the frame (green leaves) in the frame
Very rarely is it possible to take great pictures from this point of view, you did it
Nice owl. Perfect shoot between the branches.
- [2015-01-21 20:19]
I liked this composition where the owl is looking at you. The foliage surrounding it adds to the charm.
Thanks for the share,
Beautiful bird.Gud color n point of view.
- [2015-01-22 15:11]
Hi Andy,beautiful specie in a great capture,spectacular colors and impressive details everywhere despite the difficult location,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano