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Northern Hawk Owl...

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Not shy, awesome in flight, totally unlike any other owl's that I'm familiar with, they can really boogy!

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Now that is a perfect pattern in nature! Love his yellow eyes.

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Believe or not, the first time spotted her/him, it was sitting near the of a popular directly behind the house. However I totally lucked out while I was out driving along Whiskey Ditch Rd. I happed to spot the owl as it flew directly toward my position. I stopped my truck, watched as the bird as it made it's way closer to my position. As luck would have, it landed on an old pole along side the road. As they say, "the rest is history"!

Anyway, this was a 1st for Stu! It was the first time tha I had ever been that close to a Northern Hawk Owl!

One more thing. Squeak at them like a mouse and hear' the response,LOL!

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Nice shots Stu, when you see one of these flying, there is no mistake as to what they are!

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