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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
There is a photo of a Red-legged Partridge. And the Smew by David Key on our Guest Photos. New! Bobs Wildlife Youtube Channel. Keep your eyes open for "The Springtime Chick Count".

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Saturday, 23 March 2013

Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia)

A bad day, the weather and the rest of it.
These two Burrowing Owls were taken in the past, unfortunately with my old camera and lens.



41 comments:

  1. they're so cute! We have colonies of them near us here in Florida; I haven't gotten over to look for them yet this season, but last year I got quite a few pictures. Not this good though.

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  2. Very brave to get that close Bob. the last one I saw took a lump out of my wellies.
    Beautiful bird though.

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  3. Fantásticas,ya me gustaría a mi.
    Un Saludo amigo

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  4. As you know, I adore Burrowing Owls and these are beauties Bob!

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  5. I can see the difference between your old and new camera, these shots are still excellent though.

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  6. Zdjecia mimo starego aparatu i obiektywu są świetne. Pozdrawiam.
    Photos despite the old camera and lens are great. Yours.

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  7. Excellent shots as ever. Nothing wrong at all with these,most would be very happy with those shots.

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  8. I wish i had your old camera Bob!!Great shots!Cute bird!Have a lovely evening!
    Dimi..

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  9. So sorry it was a bad day for you Bob...and the weather too. But thank you for sharing these darling Burrowing Owl shots. I see a lot of character in him! The bright warm green grass gives me hope for Spring :)

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  10. Wow, I just love the owls. And these Burrowing Owls are so cute! Great shots, Bob!

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  11. old or new camera Bob,your shots are amazing.So beautiful these Owls!!!!
    Have a nice weekend-)

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  12. We certainly couldn't tell they were with old equipment, as always they are wonderful!

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  13. UAU! Fantástica! Belas fotos, Bob.

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  14. I love the black background!

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  15. They're so tiny! What do these things eat? Well, rodents I guess, but there are rodents as big as these guys.

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  16. Owls are always so wonderful to look at and your photos are great Bob!
    I hope your Sunday is a better day, if not weather wise at least the "rest of it"!
    :-)

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  17. Amazing shots, Bob. I love especially the second one. So sharp and beautiful of color. Wow! Have a great (cold and snowy?) day. Greetings, Joke

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  18. This owl is beautiful, and so close.
    Well done, Bob
    Have a nice Sunday, Irma

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  19. Excellent, no matter the camera.

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  20. Wonderful to this as the lens to have Bob.

    Gr. Tinie

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  21. They are so cute!Great shots!

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  22. Wow!!! The second photo in particular is stunning Bob and you have shown so much intricate detail....superb!

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  23. Proximity and clarity!!!.. Great pictures Bob.. I love them.. Regards.

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  24. Wow! It almost popped out of the screen.

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  25. ✿✿彡 °•.
    Belo visual da plumagem.
    A segunda foto está ainda mais linda!!!!
    Bom domingo!
    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos do Brasil.✿✿彡 °•.
    ✿✿彡

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  26. The second one is superb, great details! Well done~

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  27. Oude camera of niet je foto's zijn prachtig Boblieve groetjes Danielle

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  28. Nothing wrong with these Bob, they look great!

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  29. She is nice and pretty ! Lovely...

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  30. Muito belo! A plumagem e os olhos estão fantásticos!

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  31. That ole lens still did a great job ... second photo took me right in ~to the heart ...lovely instrumentals

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  32. Truly beautiful. Amazing beautiful set. I'm quite a bit jealous of these beautiful photos of the owl.

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