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Same Red Heron from a previous post after a beautiful capture for lunch... ;)
Shot taken with my Paragon 500mm f8 T2 Mount+ 2x TC.
Hope you all like it;)
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Shot taken with my Paragon 500mm T2 mount.
Hope you all like it ;)
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On the hunt...

Shot taken with an M42 screw mount manual focus lens - Soligor 400mm + 2x teleconverter
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Shot taken with a full manual M42 screw mount Paragon 500mm f8 lens.
I hope you all like it ;)
I apologize for my long absence but work is taking my entire time :shrug:
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Shot taken with my full manual M42 screw mount Soligor 400mm lens.
Hope you all like it ;)
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I know that most of you don't like much my birds shots but here it goes another one from my friend Long Legs;)


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I am thankful for the opportunity that I had to photograph this awesome owl. It's not native to my area and It hasn't been seen for almost a week now.
Hopefully it has found a new location.
Great Grey Owl
Southern, Ontario
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Great Grey Owl

Other photos from this shoot include What did I miss? by CanadianRy Weathering the Storm by CanadianRy
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The Barn Owl’s prey consists mainly of small mammals, in particular short-tailed and field voles, mice and common shrews. These it either still-hunts from a perch or searches for by quartering over meadowland, usually in the half-light at dusk or dawn and often hovering with moth-like silent fluttering flight as it relies on its superb hearing to locate prey. It is estimated that a pair of Barn Owls and their young may eat about 1,000 rodents between them during the three-month breeding season.

African Barn aka African Grass Owl IUCN Red List Conservation status - Least Concern
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Also see my Birds - Raptors`n`Vultures folder here [link]
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