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so beautiful owl photos by Sven Začek in National Geographic Magazine! Last night an owl screetched,sometimes indicating a food source, and same owl or diff. one in reply then hooted once with different notes but in such a soft, sonorous sound.

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Two Great-horned Owl juveniles perching next to each other on a tree branch at Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont, CA. Photo by Phoo Chan.

i love how well he blends in---Wildlife Photo From The National Geographic Photo Contest

The 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest Winners Merit Winner: Portrait of an Eastern Screech Owl Photo and caption by Graham McGeorge Masters of disguise. The Eastern Screech Owl is seen.

These two owlets are known as Sunda scops (Otus lempiji). They had just hatched from their eggs a few weeks before this photo was taken.

Owls Photograph by Irawan Subingar, My Shot These two owlets are known as Sunda scops (Otus lempiji). They had just hatched from their eggs a few weeks before this photo was taken. (This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.

A young female snowy owl (Bubo scandiacus) at Raptor Recovery Nebraska. Print by Joel Sartore at Art.com

A young female snowy owl (Bubo scandiacus) at Raptor Recovery Nebraska with some serious owl boots!

Great Horned Owl Photo by Loren Mooney -- National Geographic Your Shot

Wild Great Horned Owl, backlit in the afternoon sun. Umtanum Creek area, near Ellensburg, Washington.

Great horned owls are plentiful and so are their rabbit prey, but uncommonly seen with the entire catch in flight.   (Photo Courtesy Leif Morin/National Geographic Your Shot)

National Geographic - Great horned owls are plentiful and so are their rabbit prey, but uncommonly seen with the entire cate in flight (photo courtesy leif Morin/National Geographic Your shot)

The 35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos From The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest-photo by John Crabb

National Geographic Photo Contest Winner - Eye To Eye. This photograph features a short eared owl in flight and it was captured by photographer John Crabb. John Crabb states that the owl was hunting over coastal marshes and almost flew straight at him!

Great Horned Owl  Photograph by Joel Sartore  The most common owl in North and South America, the great horned owl has adapted to a wide variety of habitats and climates.

Great Horned Owl Photograph by Joel Sartore The most common owl in North and South America, the great horned owl has adapted to a wide variety of habitats and climates.

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